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Color Combo Series #3


I love this color combo, it's girly, flirty, romantic, and of course springy. Or at least that's my perspective and preference on the 2 together. My inspiration on this combination was the pink and green very ladylike, floral pieces from Dolce & Gabbana. Here's what I've got for ya today :-)
Pink & Green

#1- The blouse is one of the D&G pieces, I'm obsessed with this pattern. Instead of dressing it up on bottom, I went the other route and decided to go for rolled up boyfriend jeans. The accessories and heels are very matchy-matchy here to the blouse. But it works and adds a nice dose of pretty & sophisticated to looser fitting denim.

#2-Can we say power house, high class, kick your ass, business woman? A bright green trench atop a paler pink pencil dress or sheath is down right gorgeous! The lux gold of the jewelry plays off the nude pumps and the gold detailing of the handbag. This is how I will be dressing when I get my degree and have a real job...haha. 

#3-I know, I just keep using the floral theme with these colors but I can't help it. Floral denim is a big trend right now! All the magazines are telling you to keep the top neutral, but rules are made to be broken right? So play up the color a little more with these shorts because they do have a slightly faded/paler look. I layered a couple of long necklaces and let the hat and shoes play the neutral role for the day.  

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  1. Love your selection of clothes,
    great blog girl, really interesting

    Wanna follow each others?

  2. Love that first set oh so much! So lovely! :)


    1. YES...that's the one I'm loving and obsessing over that D&G floral print. I love you blog & style by the way, I've been a follower of yours for a while now.


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