Black and white are two major staples in my closet, and in the cooler months, I practically live in the color combination. This Fall, I’m trying to throw in a pop of color, and I know I’ve stumbled upon a Fall accent color that is just right: blush. (Ahem: have you seen my new site design? I’m all for the soft blush paired with black, white, and charcoal. Swoon.) I’ve never been one to wear anything overtly pink – though I love the color and will buy office accessories in pink for days. But blush is subtle, it’s soft and warm, and when paired with crisp black and white, it’s chic, romantic, and ever-fashionable. The color palette also feels equal parts modern and classic, and is simple to throw together while still looking perfect.
Get the Look: Target Merona® Tassel Crinkle Scarf in Blush // Target Merona® Women’s Chunky Cardigan Sweater // Target TEVOLIO Women’s Lace Overlay Dress w/ Peplum Waist // Target Xhilaration® Juniors Lace Peter Pan Collar Fit & Flare Dress // Target Xhilaration® Juniors Pintuck Tunic // Target Mossimo® Women’s Scuba Fit and Flare Dress // Target Mossimo® Women’s Faux Leather Jacket w/ Studded Collar // A-Thread Heart to Heart Scarf // Clare Vivier Fold Over Clutch
The black and white pairing is the easy part, so to get started with the look, pick up a soft blush scarf or clutch, and you’ll look perfect and ready for a stylish winter.
(And, fun fact: almost all of these picks are from Target, so you can not only jump right on trend with Fall’s perfect color palette, but you can do it at a great price!)
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These shoes are just so lovely … really, the whole bohemian Botticelli-esque wedding shoot is lovely … but the shoes = so unique. So far, these Free People heels are as close a match as I can find to the lovely nude and black strappy heel seen on this bride. Any thoughts on where these beautiful shoes could be from?
Via Ruffled // Photographer: Taylor Lord // Creative Direction + Styling: Lindsey Zamora // Florals: Stems Floral Design // Venue: Villa Del Lago, Austin TX // Rentals: Furbish, Marquee Rents // Bench: Loot Vintage Rentals // Bride’s Attire: Dress: Zimmerman, Skirt- stylist own // Earrings and Bracelet: Alexis Bittar // Groom’s Suit: Zara // Groom’s Bowtie: Nordstrom
I love a fresh burst of winter white in weddings. There are plenty of beautifully-themed Christmas weddings, but a winter wedding with subtle nods to the Holiday season are some of my favorites. White frosted pine, stars, metallic Holiday touches – it all fits the theme perfectly, and makes for a festive celebration.
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On the last day of our recent weekend up North, I dragged my husband out of our mini-vacation reverie to put on a blog photoshoot – one of the few I’ve done for this here blog. I should start by telling you that I’m no model. I don’t know what to do with my hands, or my legs, or my head, or my face. I pose awkwardly, I smile weird, I fidget.
The photoshoot went something like this: My husband would say, “smile” and I would respond, “You’re stupid.” He’d say, “Maybe turn that way,” and I’d throw my purse, err, my prop, at him.
After I decided (prayed/hoped) that we had enough photos, I declared, “The model needs her rest!” and promptly took a nap. I was on vacation after all.
But more importantly, I loved this outfit …
I love this shot of bridesmaids … all dressed in white. But, not to be confused with the bride herself, these bridesmaids are all in different styles, a short hem, pretty woven shawls, and lots of lace. If bridesmaids were to wear white, the bride would want to differentiate her dress enough, to stand out – think long white dress, sans lace, etc.
So tell me, would you want your bridesmaids to wear white on your wedding day? Are these bridesmaids dresses different enough to get a pass?
Image found here // Photograph taken by: Jose Villa