For some reason, the images arrived here in the blog post in a different order than usual! Ah, the wonders of computers…Frankly, this color was very difficult to find in scarves, so I thought that this would be a good opportunity to investigate the possibilities of fine jewelry. If you were born in May, maybe an emerald or two could be in your future?
This combination is unexpected, but I think it works…
This might be one of the best neutrals with this bright green; it doesn’t feel like the brightness of the green is too overwhelming.
Navy and bright green are made for each other – this was unquestionably the easiest color combination in which to find a scarf. Classic…
Earrings – Alfredo Inga; cardigan – Kettlewell; tee – J. Crew; pants – L.L.Bean; clutch – Topshop; loafers – Patricia Green; navy cardigan – Uniqlo; bracelet – David Yurman; scarf – Echo; sweater – Kettlewell; boots – Franco Sart0
Earrings – Flaca Jewelry; cardigan – Kettlewell; sweater – J. Crew; pants – L.L.Bean; bag – Patricia Nash; loafers – Patricia Green;
necklace – Bottega Veneta; cardigan – Iris von Arnim; bracelet – Miansai; sweater – Kettlewell; boots – Cole Haan
I don’t know about green and black; I can’t picture myself wearing this, but your feelings may differ…
earrings – Mateo; cardigan – Kettlewell; tee – L.L.Bean; pants – L.L.Bean; clutch – Edie Parker; loafers – Patricia Green; cardigan – L.L.Bean;; sweater – Kettlewell; scarf – Azzali; ring – Katerina Makriyianni; boots – Munro
I’m not convinced at all about these outfits. What do you think?
Earrings – Emma Chapman Jewels; cardigan – Kettlewell; tee – J. Crew; pants – L.L.Bean; bag – Matt & Nat; loafers – Patricia Green;
scarf – Hermes Flamingo Party; olive cardigan – H&M; bracelet – Aurelie Bidermann; sweater – Kettlewell; boots – Sarto