Style Inspiration: Keep It Simple

Aug 07, 2014

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Getting dressed each day is mandatory, and as someone recently pointed out, in that case, we might as well have fun. I couldn’t agree more, but on those days when you simply want to get out the door, one’s attire still should not be neglected. Keeping it simple is always a good idea when you’re not sure what to do. This is precisely why have a capsule wardrobe will be a saving grace – stock it with the essentials that you love and that can mix and match and rest assured that you will look stunning each day you greet the day.

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This week’s Outfit of the Week is a bit of a prep for pre-fall. After all, summer is not over, but fall is just around the corner. I love the combination of yellow that will brighten any office or event you attend and stripes that play on casual, but with a button-up can easily be taken to work or a more formal occasion. If you’re looking for a classic Breton top, the one worn by Kate Middleton this past spring is in stock and the reverse coloring is seen below. Also, the black Furla handbag is one I highly recommend (having one myself). For a few more days it is on sale and is ideal for day and evening occasions when a more than a couple of items need to be held.



~Victoria Beckham mini wool wrap skirt or Cedric Charlier straight cut skirt or J.Crew double serge wool pencil skirt ~

~Me & Em Reverse Stripe Breton Top (as seen on Kate Middleton)~

~Isabel Marant striped cotton top~

~DVF Bethany point toe pumps~

~Furla black satchel handbag (on sale!)~

~The Row Square Frame black sunglasses~

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5 thoughts on “Style Inspiration: Keep It Simple

  1. I’m picking the first one—I find that when I go with simple-which I often do-that I feel a bit flat, it needs some je ne sais quoi. I pick the best basics I can, and try not to over accessorize, can be a bit ho hum with the chic factor.

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