PIPM: Pretty in Pink Megan: ROYGBIV

ROYGBIV

One of my favorite things to wear lately is a solid bright color with a bright necklace of a different color. I guess it's a lighter approach to color-blocking.

Take a solid piece such as a blouse or dress:

Camisoles by Tibi at ShopStyle

Day Dresses by Diane von Furstenberg at ShopStyle

Dresses by Diane von Furstenberg at ShopStyle

My necklace choice is most always turquoise, but there are some excellent options out there including coral!

Necklaces by Kenneth Jay Lane at ShopStyle

Necklaces by Roberta Chiarella at ShopStyle

Necklaces by Roberta Chiarella at ShopStyle

Necklaces by Kate Spade at ShopStyle

And since you're dealing with solid colors, you can throw a little animal print in there to spice things up a bit.

Wedges by Lanvin at ShopStyle

Wedges by Stuart Weitzman at ShopStyle

Put it all together and you get this:

Fun, right?

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9 comments:

Pink Julep Abroad said...

Loves it. I've been wearing similar combos. Last night I mixed black & white stripes with floral shoes, turquoise jewelry and an orange purse... it was just crazy enough to work!

Anonymous said...

I love this look! I've been thinking of ways to mix it up!

Legallyblondemel said...

I like this way of colorblocking, and I wouldn't have thought to incorporate the leopard print, but that looks terrific too. Well done.

fifi said...

i need that first outfit of coral turquoise and leopard now!! thanks for the inspiration!!

Glitterista said...

I do love this! I could wear turquoise necklaces with animal print shoes every day. Adore that green dress!

Natalie said...

Love the idea of animal prints with the bright colors. And I love that yellow necklace!

Dishy Decorator said...

Love all your choices!!

Katherine said...

Ahh, I love it all! Also loved that you used ROYGBIV which brought back fond memories of elementary school for me :)

My Two Cents ...before I spend it said...

So fun!

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