Thursday, February 16, 2012

Fenced In

On a cold winter day I decided to punch up neutral black, white, navy and grey with a some strategic pops of bright colors.  Even though it's been unseasonably warm for most of the winter, I have to keep reminding myself that spring will be here before I know it.  I find colorful ensembles are a great way to do that.
The cobalt blue bag really punches against the darker navy.
I dug this white skirt out of the back of my closet and have been wearing it a ton ever since.  You can definitely wear white year round these days.
Who doesn't love pink shoes, especially these which are both menswear-inspired and whimsical at the same time.  These are extra special as they're the ones I wore on my wedding day!  I got married in the woods so heels weren't really an option.
The green shirt and pink belt added a dose of bright, almost neon color to the whole look.
It was quite windy day, I had a lot of trouble controlling my hair...and had to be extra careful with my skirt!
Vest and Sweater: Vintage (from my mom) / Shirt: Tucker / Skirt: American Apparel / Tights: Target / Shoes and Belt: J. Crew / Handbag: Foley + Corinna / Scarf: ADAM / Watch: Breil c/o

Photo Credit: Husband


  1. This is a great look! I'm loving the oxfords!

  2. Aww, what darling wedding shoes! I love all of the blue tones together, completely agree its a good idea to brighten up the grays of late winter.

  3. Love it!

  4. Ooh Sarah, I love this outfit! Those oxfords are amazing. Lots of different pieces, but somehow they all come together so perfectly.