The right color on the right piece has the ability to enhance itself. Sometimes it is unnecessary to find several different pieces with same or a similar color to emphasize the focal point:
More color for the cold season…and layers, but not too many layers:
Rose colored blazer that features notch lapels, two button closure, rear center vent, flap pockets, and full interior lining is a thrifting find. Off-white trousers with navy pinstripes are by Ralph Lauren. Vintage navy peacoat by Christian Dior features six button silhouette, original buttons, slanted jetted pockets, notch lapels, rear center vent, and full interior lining is a thrifting find.
It’s still summer, right?!?! Let’s bring out the colors! Yesterday, I was live in black and white…however, I am coming to you live and in color:
Brown double-monk strap wingtips are by Magnanni.
Stripe socks are by Zara.
Silk polka dot neck tie is by Jones New York. Brass tie bar is from Hong Kong Vintage Clothing. Blue dress shirt with the white contrast spread collar by Nautica is a thrifting find.
White silk pocket square is by Banana Republic.
Rose colored sport coat that features notch lapels, two button closure, flap pockets, rear center vent, and full interior lining is a thrifting find. Blue flat front trousers are by Saks Fifth Avenue.
I am finally back in the office after a mini-staycation in which I was staying home and taking care of my sick daughter. Well, she’s back in school now and I am back in the office…in style:
Brown oxfords by Cole Haan.
Floral dress socks by Ralph Lauren.
Micro-window pane button down dress shirt by J.Crew is a thrifting find. Silk necktie is a thrifting find, Tie bar is by Banana Republic.
Tan silk pocket square origin unknown.
(Rose colored blazer is a thrifting find; khaki colored trousers are by Calvin Klein)