Image was snapped in the change rooms of Zara
What I loved: it's clear that the detailing on the blouse is what makes it so special. Allowing the shirt to do the talking for the rest of your outfit makes this a perfect piece to wear for a night of cocktails with your ladies!
What I loved: most definitely this colour is what struck me initially. Wearing this blouse under a blazer just for a pop of colour or on its own for a more lax look makes this a great versatile piece to have in your closet this spring.
What I loved: that I am colour blocking just with these pants! No need to pull off the trend in separates which is how I've done it in the past. I'm also a fan of fuchsia and red together so it screamed LOVE to me instantly.
What I loved: aside from the leather sleeves that I have been hoping to find it's also the cut of the blazer. I love that it has such great length by sitting below the hips making the blazer look like it literally fits the body like a glove.
Image was snapped in the change rooms of J.Crew
What I loved: both the warmth of cashmere and being inspired by another great colour pairing within the same family. I am such a big fan of monochromatic looks for both the contrast and unity when these hues are brought together.
Image was snapped in the change rooms of Charlie Boutique
What I loved: the use of several bright colours that appear as brush strokes and polished off with the coral trimming. Details like this really make a piece pop.
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