Monday, December 19, 2011

Michigan Avenue Style Lab: camel & black, twice

Black pants – Michael Kors, sweater – Miu Miu, belted wool coat – Vanessa Bruno, plaid gloves – Burberry, red scarf – Joseph, red penny loafers – Bass,  quilted jacket – Dorothy Perkins, lime green scarf – Michael Kors, green gloves – Magaschoni, lime green beret – Philip Treacy, black short boots – Rochas

11 comments:

  1. I would never have thought to put that color green with camel but it works! ~~Bliss

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  2. I love your style labs. I feel like I've longed on to an exclusive online class and we, the class, just sit and stare at the compilations as if they were a Jackson Pollack painting - because they're beautiful (not because it's an enigmatic mess).

    Basics rule!

    And I just gave you a Liebster award on my blog.

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  3. Oooooh love these. You have exquisite taste.

    When we were living in Chicago I always loved Michigan Ave.

    I hope you have a wonderful holiday and the happiest of new years.

    xo,
    Tish

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  4. Camel. black, and ANYTHING? What do you think?

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  5. I'd have to see camel, black and navy, but other than that, you may be onto something... After the winter holidays are over, I may devote some attention to the potential of camel and black! thanks

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  6. I love it with the red, so classic! The lime green is startling and new; it will take me a couple of exposures to that combination before it feels right.

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  7. One of the things that made the lime green so effective was the panache with which it was worn, and the way it so thoroughly suited the woman wearing it. She had russet hair, very fair skin with rosy cheeks, and a brilliant smile. She KNEW what suited her, and wore it with great elan, giving pleasure to everybody who saw her. THAT is chic.

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  8. Thanks for the inspiration. Camel , black and any bright color is a new combination I've never tried before but I will soon.

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  9. I found your blog googling yellow sweater and I love it! I started a blog recently and it's a diy version of your professional blog :) would love to hear your opinion!!

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  10. I have always enjoyed your blog, but never commented. I just wanted to say I love your new header!! A fellow lover of black & white, Becky

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