As most of you know, this summer was a huge show of colourful looks and I’m guessing people were tired of the typical neutrals that began to seem a little boring. Colourful looks have a distinctive way of catching the eyes, keeping you entertained and wowed at the same time.
Pink and green is a combination I never saw coming, and it sure lasted the test of time this summer. On today’s blog post, I will be sharing more on this look and how to create a colorful Fall wardrobe.
I know you may be wondering but these are not the typical Fall colors, how would they be projected as the colors for the season. The truth is, while there are some known colors for Fall, like the burnt oranges, browns and reds, this doesn’t deter the fashion icons from wearing whatever they deem right as their personal style. Colors may not be your thing, but be ready to see a continuation of what we saw this Summer.
The tip to incorporating these colors isn’t a hard rule. For every light weight top you have in any color, switch that to a thicker fabric like your sweaters, cardigans and coats. If you wore lots of green tops, find a layering piece such as a pink sweater, cardigan or coat to replace that.
After a long time of having this look on my mood board, I finally got around to shooting it. I needed to style this Zara printed tie top (sold out) in a fun and unexpected way because it’s unique. Although it will pair perfectly with a simple pair of jeans or some pants, I took a twist by styling with this green linen skirt which I think created a beautiful and yet outstanding contrast. Accessorizing was key to me as I planned on not keeping my jewelry simple, so I went with these my large Devine Twine hoops I found on Etsy, my Magenta pink Dolce Vita Shoes and my mini bag from New York & Company. In essence, I played with three colors for this look. This is a look that can be easily transitioned into Fall by switching my heels for a knee/thigh high boots. More boot options here: Calvin Klein Kerie Knee High Boot, Betsey Johnson Harmoni Fashion Boot, Miz Mooz Knee High Boot & Nasty Gal faux leather knee high boot.
You can pair as many look as you want, but be sure to do it in a strategic way so you don’t look all over the place. At the end of the day, if it makes you feel good, why not.
I hope you did enjoy this post, don’t forget to leave your comments and suggestions while you subscribe with your email address. Also stay connected with me on Instagram @joyebenspiff.and Youtube Joy Eben-Spiff.. This post contains affiliate links from various retailers who may pay me a commission for any purchase you make directly from those links at no additional costs to