Thursday, April 04, 2013

How to wear a lavender (lilac? light purple?) v-neck sweater

Why yes, we have seen this silver skirt before - a few times!  I'm delighted to see how it adapts to the various sweaters...
Sweater – Bellerose, earrings – Allegro, skirt – Bottega Veneta, sandals – Alexandre Birman, earrings – Swarovski, skirt – Marc Jacobs, flats – Butterfly Dream
 A gold necklace and sandals are pretty versatile too, as are simple white sandals, and a classic mother of pearl earring.
Sweater – Bellerose, necklace – Amrita Singh, pants – MONO, sandals – K Jacques, earrings – White House Black Market, pants – Rag & Bone, sandals – K Jacques
Sweater – Bellerose, scarves - Etro, jeans – Ralph Lauren, loafers – Cole Haan,  khakis – MaxMara, flats – Madewell
Sweater – Bellerose, pearls – Blue Nile, blouse – Balmain, pants –  Burberry Prorsum, flats – Repetto, earrings – Blue Nile, cotton shirt – L.L.Bean, skirt – Indigofera, pumps – Yves Saint Laurent
I don't even want to think about how much fun these boots would be...  Yes, I'd need a whole new wardrobe to wear with them... 

Sweater – Bellerose, tee shirt – Yumi, white jeans – J. Crew, sneakers – Vans, tee shirt – Rag & Bone, suede tapestry boots – Martin Margiela
Sweater – Bellerose, scarves - Hermes, white cotton shirt – Equipment, pants – Akris, loafers – Mootsies Tootsies, white silk blouse – Chloe, skirt – Comme des Garcons, pumpsL’Autre Chose


  1. Love the way that outfit #7 seems to be entirely designed around those luminous Bluerose pastel pearls. As always, Janice, you make accessories the real center, not mere second thought, of these stunning ensembles. What I know (thanks to your blog): never mind the garments; just make a column of some flattering well-made neutrals and have every conceivable color of shoe in your closet, drawers of stunning scarves, and a jewelry box crammed with truly memorable watches and statement jewelry. :)

  2. Love this so much. You have just given me the inspiration for my outfit for my big job interview tomorrow. :)

  3. Such a grown-up way to wear the colour.