Style Inspiration: Blue & Yellow

Jun 19, 2014

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Yellow and blue is one pairing of hues that for some reason always remind me of France. It always come back to France with me, doesn’t it? 😉 But honestly, there is something strong, yet effortlessly chic about the combination as while they can both be statements in their own right, these two primary colors offer a casual, playful look that can be elevated with the right item of clothing and combination. Have a look at the selection and be sure to choose your favorite outfit of the week for next week’s shopping.

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What a wonderful pick readers chose from last week’s Style Inspiration selection. The silk scarf print pants are absolutely a stand-out, and require no other excessive adoration. A simple solid blouse, small clutch, sandals and done. The key with wearing print pants, especially a looser style is to elongate the leg – add a bit of heel to your shoe of choice. If wearing prints on the bottom is uncomfortable, flip it. Wear a beautiful print top with solid neutral pants. Either way, you will display sophisticated confidence and be comfortable as well.



~DVF Dorothy printed trouser pant~

~Silk v-neck halter top or crew neck halter top~

~Pour La Victoire yaya braided sandal~

~Clare Vivier flat clutch in cobalt or DVF Carolina Lips Snake & Leather clutch~

~Tom Binns gold-plated cuff~

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17 thoughts on “Style Inspiration: Blue & Yellow

  1. I’ve only just found this article – a year late – courtesy of this week’s Simply Luxurious Life newsletter which contains a link to it. There are some super outfits photographed here, but it is the remark that blue and yellow are a pairing redolent of France that puzzles me!! You see, I lived in Paris for most of my adult life, until two years ago in fact, and it was a colour combination generally avoided, lest, as Ines de la Fressange wittily put it, one wants to be a walking advert for Swedish flat-pack furniture!!

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