Sunday, July 5, 2015

My Style: Pops of Colour

Hi Everyone! I hope you all had a productive weekend and are ready for the week ahead! I noticed the pops of colour in my outfits choices last week.

The first look would probably be more fitting for fall given the warm colours but I just love the grey white and maroon combo. This is probably because it reminds me of my uniform in middle school! I got the lace blouse in England approximately 10 years ago (no joke) and through many spring cleaning sessions tried to donate it. Luckily my mom would always pull it out of the pile and somehow would sneak it back into my closet. 

I was looking for a way to wear this Vero Moda floral dress below without making it seem too much like evening wear. I paired it with black cork wedges and a coral blazer from Jacob for a pop of colour. This would be a great outfit for a dinner date with a black cardigan instead!

Happy Birthday Canada!! Although we had the day off I decided to throw together a patriotic combination of red and white. I thought the leopard belt added a fun touch and pulled together the whole outfit.

I love this combination a lot. The cobalt blue blouse was a steal from Charlotte Russe last fall! You can't see the details on the sleeves but they are lined with studs which add a bit of personality to the top. The skirt was also a steal from White House Black Market. Even though I'm not American the Blue, White and Red (nails) are a nice combo for the 4th of July!

Last but not least - Jeans Day! Every other Friday we have Jeans Day in the office which colleagues can participate in with a donation. Funds collected are given to Centraide - an independent philanthropic organization which raises funds for a vast network of community agencies that help local families in Montreal and Laval. For my Jeans Day outfit I chose to wear Mint Jeans by Vero Modawith a navy blouse from Forever 21 and a navy blazer from Zara.

I hope you were inspired by these photos and thanks for letting me share with you! Wishing you all a great week ahead!

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