Saturday, November 23, 2013

How to Pack for a Long Weekend: Camel and Wine

 Just some simple, solid colors that look rich yet uncomplicated...

Cardigan – Ralph Lauren,  earrings – Novica,  pants - Jaeger, tee shirt- Topshop,
 gloves – Dickens and Jones, scarf Arlette Essloafers – Cole HaanCoat –
 Autre Chose,  tote – Isaac Mizrahi

shirt – Mango, sweater – Uniqlo,  scarf – Vince Camuto,  dress – Uniqlo,  
necklace – Novica, corduroy jeans – Dsquared2, flats – Loeffler Randall
Blouse - Merci, blouse – Vince
 
love,
Janice

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10 comments:

  1. So, rich, chic and beautiful! Great work, Janice...I loved these combinations!

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  2. This is a really lush combination. I love it! Reminds me of an outfit I had in high school that I treasured. I just may try this combo. Janice, just when I settle on my neutral base, you introduce something that peaks my interest and tempts me to try something else!

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  3. I always love the long weekend packing capsules. Can you show one of these capsules with what you would add to make this work for a longer (10 day to two week trip)? I'm making final decisions for holiday travel and trying to figure out how to balance what I need while maintaining carry-on baggage only.

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  4. I love this! I never thought of this colour combination. It looks so classy and sophisticated.

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  5. Love your blog! You have inspired me to do a major wardrobe overhaul and I did a swap out with a friend and traded all my black that was not my best color (and I had tons!) with her browns and warm tone clothes that she wasn't wearing. I am still working on it, and with the help of her brown, khaki and olive cargo type pants have even let go a little bit of my blue jean addiction. I am a strawberry blonde with blue eyes - would love to see a wardrobe in brown, caramels, camel and cream with blue. The struggle is what to put with it. I feel oranges and yellows suit me better, but the olive is easier to find

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  6. Another question on the above - My husband and I dance. Would you recommend building a separate wardrobe for that, or working it in to my regular wardrobe. I usually wear sexy jeans and tops to stay cool in with some sparkle. Hobby number 2 produces the same question - We are in MN and I do lots of horse activities including riding and driving, even sleighing in the winter and camping in the summer. This time of year I treat this kind of like winter sports with lots of layers of fleece.

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  7. love the loafers !

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  8. Lovely rich colours! I couldn't wear the camel, but could certainly do a cooler beige version.

    I like those two blouses you feature too. I'm very keen on blouses that go in the washing machine and don't need ironing!

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  9. Thank you Janice!
    Absolutely beautiful
    Irene

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