Thursday, March 28, 2013

How to wear a red v-neck sweater

A Red Sweater for Work

Sweater – Joseph, earrings – Scully & Scully, silk blouse – J. Crew, skirt - Burberry, slingbacksMiu Miu, earrings – Wallis Fashion, pants - Boutique, flats – Tabitha Simmons

A Red Sweater with jeans or khakis

Sweater – Joseph, scarves - Etro, jeans – Ralph Lauren, flats – Banana Republic,  khakis – Vince, loafers – Rebecca Minkoff

Red Sweater - White Shirt

Sweater – Joseph, scarves - Hermes, white cotton shirt – Equipment, pants – Stella McCartney, loafers - Delman, white silk blouse – Chloe, suede skirt – L.K.Bennett, pumps – Salvatore Ferragamo

Red Sweater - White Jeans

Sweater – Joseph, tee shirt – Veronica Beard, white jeans – J. Crew, metallic flats – Sigerdson Morrison, denim sleeveless shirt – Maison Martin Margiela, espadrilles – Belle Sigerson Morrison


Red Sweater with a Flowered Skirt

Sweater – Joseph, earrings – Marni, skirt – Oscar de la Renta, slingbacks – Jimmy Choo, earrings – Georg Jensen, skirt – Dorothy Perkins, slingbacksMiu Miu

Red Sweater with Patterned Pants

Sweater – Joseph, necklace – Amrita Singh, pants – Erdem, sandals – K Jacques, earrings – White House Black Market, pants – Raoul, sandals – K Jacques

13 comments:

  1. I need a red sweater...it will go on my shopping list for next fall! Great looks!

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  2. I have a red linen EF cardigan and also a red v-neck for colder weather. It will be in the 60s today so I'll break out the cardigan and pair it with navy/white pinstripe. I do like that combination a lot even though I think I look like the American flag. :)) Where do you come up with the endless ideas? The same sweater looks very casual or quite elegant depending on the pairings. Talk about getting mileage out of your clothes...

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  3. You are awesome.

    Seriously.

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  4. This series is spectacular. It is astonishing how a single, simple article of clothing can span both seasons and styles.

    Thank you!

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  5. Love the blue-ness of that red. So good with skin! Nothing perks me up like wearing red! Great collection. thanks.

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  6. And for those whose skin needs an orange-red, it's easy to make substitution. Gorgeous outfits, but that first delightful celebration of polka dots may be one of your all-time best; It's impossible not to smile when looking at it.

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  7. The red and purple combinations are stunning.I haven't worn my red sweaters for a while. Thanks for bringing that to my attention. The scarves you added with the jeans and khaki combinations are just perfect.

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  8. Alright. Thats's it! I haven't worn a pullover in years. Gotta try one now. That red is amazing! Really, its like wearing a T-shirt but way more polished. Thanks!

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  9. Someone mentioned mileage. I just bought a small RV with a very very small closet. Your site is the answer to my wondering how I would pack only enough and still look put together while on the highway for months at a time. I hope to see most of the U.S. while I still can. Thank you!

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  10. These are all so lovely! I see a red pullover in my future!

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  11. Another great post, Janice. I love red! Having lived in Spain before, one can never underestimate the power of red shoes....
    I noticed Hermes scarves are often present in your posts - what are your criteria of choosing one? Thank you!

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    1. If I like the scarf, and if I feel like it pulls everything together into a coherent ensemble, rather than just a random bunch of clothes that I grabbed without a plan or scheme. Hermes (and most scarves, honestly) are very forgiving, and unbelievably useful!

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