Yesterday I made a bold move. Usually, when picking out an outfit I will stick to neutrals with maybe one pop of color in the outfit, but yesterday I wore more than one non-neutral color, I wore 3. Mint green, turquoise, and copper. The color combination made me think of the song Colors of the Wind from the movie Pocahontas. . . Anyways, here is the outfit:
|Outside of my lovely office|
This sudden burst of color was inspired by one of my friend's suggestions that I incorporate more color into my wardrobe (thanks Jasmine!) The result of this change? Well, in addition to feeling bright and cheery on a Wednesday, I received compliments from several of my students and friends at school. Also, when I went to the mall to pick up a few things for my mom I received a few compliments from employees at a few stores!
Just for fun, here are a few more photos of my colorful outfit:
|Apparently I still have problems locking my office door. . .|
|There we go!|
|I will miss this office after graduation!|
Thank you for your advice Jasmine!
Mint Green Scarf: A kiosk in Chinatown (NYC)
Turquoise 3/4 Cardigan: Zara (purchased in Madrid in spring 2008)
Enchanted Eyes Beaded Leather Belt: Anthropologie
Brownish-Grey Lace Skirt: 1960s Vintage, purchased online from a seller in Scotland
Copper Scallop-Patterned Tights: Anthropologie
Beige and Off-White Spectators: Seychelles
Patterned Wallet: Vera Bradley