Suede Jacket - Danier, gift from Sheila
Tee - Gap
Skirt - Edme and Estylle, thrifted
Vera Ellen Boots - John Fluevog
Necklace - gift from Lynne
The sun came back out today! I celebrated with bare legs (and a pair of cotton shorts underneath the skirt). I still needed a jacket, but this denim-look suede jacket really fit the bill. It was a great go-to in spring and I'll get a ton of wear out of it this cool season. Can you tell how my colors have shifted? I've not only been paying more attention to quality and how my wardrobe goes together in terms of style, but I've been trying to bridge the gap of colors in my wardrobe.
I've learned from Sheila and Eek that the keys to a well-remixed closet comes from color cohesion. I can wear red boots, but going for a shade of burgundy means I'll get more mileage from them. As a thrifter, this means shopping can become easier as I by-pass the large section of pink and brown. I'll still let my eye be drawn, but I'll likely skip those sections. I like contrast, but I like matching better most of the time. I haven't gotten rid of all my other colored items, but I've tried to be more mindful in my future shopping.
Do you keep to a certain color range when you shop?
I'm off to take a Biology test this evening! Wish me luck~