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color adventures: wearing blue on blue...
27 Nov 2017

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It's time for the style segment of this month's Color Adventures! Here are four ways to wear blue on blue! I'm also re-wearing pieces from past posts. Take a look...

color adventures: wearing blue on blue

Pops of Blue — This chambray dress feels like a neutral even though it's technically light blue. I'm bringing in pops of bright cobalt in the accessories for a casual, yet feminine outfit.

color adventures: wearing blue on blue

Pops of BlueZara hat, Zara dress, vintage bracelet, Zara shoes.

color adventures: wearing blue on blue

Easy Like Sunday Morning — This is like wearing pajamas outside of the house without actually wearing PJs. I've been really into matching tops and bottoms lately as they make a casual outfit feel more put together and allows it to look like a one piece from far away. I've accented the dark blue outfit with accessories here as well to take it from totally casual to chic.

color adventures: wearing blue on blue

Easy Like Sunday MorningEn Soie necklace (past season), Corinne top, Corinne pants, Lillian Farag clutch, M. Gemi shoes (past season).

color adventures: wearing blue on blue

Blue Sunshine — Here's a mix of a great medium blue with a light blue for an outfit that feels light and fun. I added a neck scarf and some pins for extra color and neutral gold booties to let the blues shine.

color adventures: wearing blue on blue

Blue SunshineMara Hoffman top, Ban.do scarf, vintage white floral pin, Target green floral earring (past season), vintage blue flower pin, Asos skirt, Kelsi Dagger boots.

color adventures: wearing blue on blue

Winter Blues — A mix of velvet, denim, and metallics feels like a perfect fit for the cooler temperatures and an outfit that's perfect for work and offers layers to go from day to night.

color adventures: wearing blue on blue

Winter BluesLauren Moffatt jacket (old), Gorman top (similar), Madewell necklace (past season), Whit skirt (past season), Kelsi Dagger boots.

{Photos by Lily Glass. Outfit styling by Joy Cho, flat and prop styling by Julia Wester, prop styling assistance by Jess Hong

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