Sarah's Real Life
06. 22. 2015

pale blue sweater, red flared skirt, windowpane bag, pink Ray Ban aviators, nude sandals

pale blue sweater, red flared skirt, windowpane bag, pink Ray Ban aviators, nude sandals

pale blue sweater, red flared skirt, windowpane bag, pink Ray Ban aviators, nude sandals

pale blue sweater, red flared skirt, windowpane bag, pink Ray Ban aviators, nude sandals

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I have this theory that there really aren’t any two colors that look bad together. Some combos look better than others, and when you start mixing three or more then things can get complicated, but I don’t buy the idea that you can’t wear certain colors together. Or that you always have to have a neutral in the mix. If you like lemon yellow and you like kelly green, there’s no reason you can’t make a whole outfit out of those colors. Or mint and eggplant. Or sky blue and red-orange. It’s a new week and a new season. Go nuts, ladies.

Sweater // similar Skirt // Shoes* (on sale) // similar Bag // similar Necklace (on sale) // Sunglasses // Lips “Romantic”

*Shoes purchased with gift card provided courtesy of Shopbop.

One response to “Color Mixing”

  1. Jaime says:

    I agree! So many people are afraid to mix colors. I say go for it! I say that, but about 85% of my outfits are black and white looks.

    XO, Jaime
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