I was speaking with a close friend of mine a few days ago and she was teasing me about the major strides I’ve made embracing more color in my wardrobe. You see, there was a time when I wouldn’t have even considered buying a shoe that wasn’t black or brown. Shocking, right?
These days, I sometimes have to edit my looks to avoid looking like a rainbow. So, if you are an “all black everyday” kind of woman, with baby steps, you too can be reformed. If you want to, that is.
Dress—Tahari via Marshalls (similar here, here and here)
Belt—Banana Republic (similar here)
Shoes—SE Boutique via DSW (similar here)
Bag—MICHAEL Michael Kors Hamilton Tote via Macy’s
Earrings—Kendra Scott “Danielle” in turquoise via Nordstrom
To find out how I got the Tahari dress for less and for another outfit with the same dress, see Spring into a Sheath.
Pretty dress and I like them with the pink flats. I'm obsessed with wearing black myself, so I understand the struggle. I've vowed not to buy any more black this season and the next. We'll see how that goes.
I love your colourful and bright outfits! 🙂
Like the pink and orange together here!
@Sing: Thanks! That's how I started too, with a commitment to stall new black clothing purchases. A new black item had to be super special for me to get it 🙂
@Mica: Thanks! I've grown quite fond of the bright colors, always wanting to wear them now.
It's so funny you said that, a year ago I was in the same place, black shoes, black separates, a monocrome girl. Since starting to read style blogs, I've got a new shopping rule. No black 🙂
I love the dress on you, it's absolutely amazing.