Last week, I commented on Angie's Black, White and Light Blue ensemble post that I am going to a whole week of it. Here I posted 6 different versions I wore over first 4 days, Saturday through Tuesday. Today I am posting 3 final outfits, Wednesday through today, to complete the week. In these final three I switched the pastel from light blue to blush for variety. Also, in the first post I have tried to come out with outfits as similar as possible with those in the blog post, whereas here I am not.
Here are the outfits, all were a mix of high-low items and all were worn with the same BR satchel, which is black&white:
Outfit 1, Wednesday (#1-#2): After a long time, I wore my old high waisted flared white trouser jeans (Joe's Jeans) which I hope to wear a lot his season with resurgence of the 70's. I paired them with patterned silk tee (DVF) in black, white and blush, topped with a blush cotton moto (NY&Company) and finished with nude pointy wedges ( Cole Haan). I tried tucking to show the high waist of the pants but the top is too voluminous for that and kept pouffing out. I will try that next time with a slimmer button down blouse.
Outfit 2, Thursday (#3-#5). It was a beautiful day so I went for black and white patterned zippered skinnies (Rag&Bone) teamed with blush sweater that is open in the back and has a built in chiffon tank (Express). I added a white pleather moto (Express), blush patent slipper flats (Kelsi Dagger) and little b&w patterned silk neck scarf.
Outfit 3, Friday (#6-#7). Today is warmish but it will rain a lot the whole day which calls for my old cream trench with black buttons (Soia&Kyo). The outfit itself has an inverse color scheme from the previous one. I went for blush skinnies (James Jeans), white tunic shirt (Gap) layered under striped black&white sweater (Joe Fresh) and rose gold oxfords (Cole Haan) which also function like blush here.
As always, all the comments and suggestions are welcome!
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