Monday, April 01, 2013

How to wear a BLUE v-neck sweater

Sweater – Joseph, scarves - Hermes, white cotton shirt – Equipment, pants – Armani, flats – Vivienne Westwood, white silk blouse – Chloe, skirt – Eastex, pumps – Tabitha Simmons

Sweater – Joseph, scarves - Etro, jeans – Ralph Lauren, flats – Cole Haan,  khakis – Vince, flats – Madewell
Sweater – Joseph, bangle watch – DKNY, sleeveless blouse – Mary Katrantzou, pants –  Burberry Prorsum, flats – Repetto, earrings – Banana Republic, jacquard blouse – Stella McCartney, skirt – Calvin Klein, pumps – Acne

Sweater – Joseph, earrings – Allegro, skirt – Bottega Veneta, sandals – Alexandre Birman, earrings – Betsey Johnson, skirt – Essentiel, sandals – Stuart Weitzman

Sweater – Joseph, necklace – Amrita Singh, pants – Louise Gray, sandals – K Jacques, earrings – White House Black Market, pants – Emilio Pucci, sandals – K Jacques

Sweater – Joseph, tee shirt – Equipment, white jeans – J. Crew, espadrille sneakers – Rag & Bone, tee shirt – Closed, espadrilles – Missoni


9 comments:

  1. Hi Janice, my Vneck sweaters are in very basic colors...brown and black. Now, you have me desiring many colors. I love what wearing a V neck does for my face..it is my favorite neckline. This color of blue is beautiful! Thanks for the many ideas.

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  2. The v-neck sweater series was in play yesterday! For Easter church service, I wore a blue v-neck (very similar to the one in today's post) over a white tee, with a khaki skirt, nude flats, a scarf with multicolored butterflies and pastel bead bracelet. For the afternoon activities, decidedly more casual, I swapped out the skirt for a pair of boyfriend jeans and the blue v-neck for a pink v-neck. Kept everything else. I felt stylish in both outfits, and it was a simple swap to go from church-ready to play-ready.

    Thanks so much for all the inspiration!!

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    1. That sounds beautiful, comfortable, and appropriate; thanks for sharing!

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    2. Never thought of mixing blue with coral. It works beautifully the way you did it here.

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  3. Curious. You show colored shoes in the arrangements, but don't seem to own any yourself. I have a hard time justifying colored shoes and don't always feel comfortable wearing them as you show. Love your blog; just curious.

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  4. Beautiful blue sweater--but, in my world and at my age, too deep a vee to be as versatile as a widely-rounded (collarbone showing seems my most flattering sweater top)and less-cleavage-revealing sweater would be.

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  5. I need more info on the Joseph sweaters - where do you obtain them? Is it Joseph A?

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  6. I have a sweater very similar to this one, but in a heavy cable knit. I didn't wear it this year yet and you have me regretting it! Now that the temps are warmer I may not get a colder day till the fall to pull this out again.

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  7. What a shame I didn't learn this about 30 years ago. Where were you then? Better late than never. Thank you.

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