This fall marks the one year anniversary of the Liz Claiborne and jcpenney partnership. Jcpenney is celebrating this milestone with a special ‘Liz week’ that started on September 18 and runs through Oct 1. Liz week launched the new fall collection and a serious sale too.
I was invited to participate in the “7 Days of Style” campaign, which showcases a different look for every day of the week using items from Liz Claiborne’s fall collection. I was tasked with finding a look for Wednesday.
When I hit the stores to create my look, I was instantly drawn to several Liz Claiborne dresses, including a couple color blocked dresses and a vibrant red sweater dress. I wanted to push my style envelope, though, so I explored the fit of Liz Claiborne pants. To my delight, Liz Claiborne pants fit fabulously.
Once I realized how flatteringly the pants fit, particularly the indigo blue trousers, I knew exactly what my Wednesday look for the “7 Days of Style” would be. I was feeling the blues y’all. I envisioned an à la mode monoblocked outfit comprising varying shades of blue.
I pulled a crisp chambray button down shirt and a potomac blue cardigan with some edgy epaulets at the shoulder. When introduced to the indigo blue trousers, these Liz Claiborne separates made some kinda blue magic.
By the way, if you haven’t already done so, enter the “7 Days of Style” contest for a chance to win fabulous prizes, including an all-expense paid trip to NYC for a behind-the-scenes tour of Redbook magazine and a $1000 Liz Claiborne shopping spree. (open until October 19).
Disclosure: I received a $100 gift card to shop at jcpenney. No monetary compensation was received for doing this post. All the ideas and opinions expressed are my own.
Cute blue and I love the pop of red.
You look amazing as always, such a great eye for fashion, I enjoy your posts!I think the last Liz C. item I purchased was a tiny red purse,matching wallet and keychain in 11th grade. I'll take another look into Liz.
Great outfit! You should get those pants in every color…I would.
Liz Claiborne has certainly come a long way. The style is now contemporary and youthful, before it was very conversative and business profesionally driven.