Two weeks ago during my first Colorfully Chic post, I talked about my love for emerald. Today I thought I would feature a color that has grown on me the last few years. I was never really a fan of red, especially red clothing. Now I am embracing the color more. I love that you can take a traditional item and make it fun with red without losing it's classic feel. For example, a red peacoat or red pump are both statement pieces that you can wear forever. Let's also not forget how great every woman looks in a gorgeous red lip!
I am still recovering from my Thanksgiving break. My family came over to my house and ate Thanksgiving dinner. The week before I finally was able to get some things organized. I sorted my jewelry, added some additional shelving to my closet, and added some new furniture for storage. Yesterday my mom and I stopped by our favorite vintage store at home and they had some great mid century pieces. I'm excited to add some new pieces to my place.
color coordinated sweaters
obsessed with this candleholder (you can find it here)
So I recently received emails about what I wear to work. I've mentioned a few times that
I work at a company with a business casual dress code. I like business casual because it's much easier to find pieces that work for both business and play. Every Wednesday I'll try and share what I've worn for the previous week.
I would love to see what you all are wearing too! Share your work looks with the hashtag #workwearwednesday so I can see!
Target cap (from the boys' department. Similar here), Madewell jeans, Forever 21 tank, J.Crew blazer, Zara heels, Madewell bracelet+ ring, vintage watch, Nosilla vintage aviators, Revlon "Really Red" lipstick
I recently found this cute baseball cap in the boys' department at Target. I am always looking for a great hat for those days when I need to get ready quickly. It saves me a lot of time to just throw on a hat and head out. Luckily this season hats, especially chic baseball caps, are on trend. There are so many options out there from luxe fabrics like leather and wool, to cool adornments like spikes and jewels. I've shared my picks below: