Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Capsule Wardrobe Project 333: camel & grey, accessories, outfits for 3 weeks

Ombre scarf – Chan Luu, gold cog stud earrings – Clarice Price Thomas, blue jasper earrings – Wedgewood, chiffon scarf – Valentino Garavani, ring – Kenneth Jay Lane, 3 pair stud earrings – Kenneth Jay Lane, gold hoop earrings – Blue Nile, checked scarf - Burberry, pearl stud earrings – Manhattan Pearls, silk square scarf - Hermes, pink & grey silk scarf – Antagoniste, sapphire & crystal necklace - Kevia, sunglasses – Tom Ford, watch – Pulsar, lace trimmed scarf - futabaya, grey bag – Yves Saint Laurent, tights – Hue, gold chain necklace – Kenneth Jay Lane, riding boots – Dsquared2, grey pumps – Salvatore Ferragamo, python loafers – Zespa, penny loafers – Manolo Blahnik




Camel blazer – Gucci, camel cardigan – Jil Sander, grey cardigan – L.L.Bean, cabled sweater – Nili Lotan, camel cardigan – Etro, pink cardigan – L.L.Bean, grey blazer – Theory, ivory silk blouse – Alexander McQueen, pink sweater – Malene Birger, grey vest – L.L.Bean, blue sweater – Acne, white shirt – Theory, grey turtleneck - Malo, grey dress – J. Crew, cowl sweater – Splendid, pink shirt – L.L.Bean, camel dress – Phase Eight, Fair Isle sweater – Brooks Brothers, blue twill blouse – T by Alexander Wang, grey silk blouse – 0039 Italy, pink shell – L.L.Bean, pink turtleneck – L.L.Bean, pink skirt – J. Crew, tweed pants - Michael Kors, pleated skirt – Comme des Garcons, camel pants – Max Mara, grey skirt – J. Crew, jeans – White Stuff, floral skirt – Jill Stuart, grey pants – Theory, tweed skirt – Etro, silk striped pants – Vanessa Bruno, camel skirt – Max Mara

7 comments:

  1. So pretty, Janice! Your combinations are so successful that they tempt me away from what I think are my colours.
    Having embarked on a project 33 of my own (down to 42 items and counting), and then attempted the picture-book approach to mixing and matching, I'm staggered by how many outfits you can put together from this basic starting point. Is (are?) 33 too many, especially for those of us not going out to work?

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    1. 33 could be too many for some people - it's all very personal. The gist of the whole project is to determine one's own, personal, RIGHT amount of clothing. Or right amount of anything else, for that matter!

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  2. I have the same doubt as Coco. I work at home and have no need to meet or socialize with clients.

    Love the new blog. You did a wonderful job.

    Francesca

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  3. Your approach to fashion is global. Not only have you changed my closet, but you have introduced me to brands that I did not know existed. I just checked out the Futabaya scarves and they are wonderful.
    Karen

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  4. Janice, I love the new look to your blog---so classy and chic. I have been reading your posts in my "reader" and had not realized everything changed. It is so cool!

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  5. I've admired your work for a while now, but this is the first time I've been rendered speechless...Thank you, thank you for all this beauty.

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