Welcome to Day 2 of my 5 Days of How to Style Color!
The title is a bit misleading, especially this winter when we are making up for five years of drought! However, I want to share with all of you how I continue to inject color into my wardrobe even when it’s dark and drizzly, like today.
Yesterday I shared one of my favorite colors with my spring green coat and today is another favorite–bright yellow! I have lots of color in my closet and have been known to add a pop of yellow to suits, with skirts, a blouse and now a great sweater!
This sweater and shirt are from Lands End. I absolutely love their all-cotton sweaters which come in a variety of colors. These are actually machine washable–you just have to lay them out and block them a bit to dry. The cotton is very soft and holds its color really well, so I expect to get many seasons of wear out of this sweater.
The shirt is a no- 0r little-iron fabric. I’ve noticed I haven’t really updated my collared shirts in some time, so am very happy with the purchase. I love the white background covered in yellow flowers with a touch of navy. So versatile!
I am also styling my ripped jeans from Articles of Society. As I said before, I have come a bit late to the ripped jeans trend, but I am really liking these!
The leather cross-body bag is one you have seen before–a one-of-a-kind bag from a trip to Budapest. I love the three color combo–navy, yellow and green–and can wear this bag with SO many things.
I went a little blingy on the jewelry with rhinestones in my necklace and earrings. I also added three different bracelets with silver and different yellow tones. They are just for fun!
I am styling my newest slip-on loafer-styled shoes. They are the Flex brand and I got them from Nordstrom. They come in many colors, but I chose the dark silver as I know it is such a great neutral. They are totally comfortable! A bit pricey, but good shoes are a smart purchase and will last a long time.
So, how do you like my yellow-in-the-winter look? In colder climates, of course, you could add black boots and a warm coat and it would look great with the pop of yellow from the sweater.
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Stay tuned tomorrow from another version of styling color!