Outfit | Colorblock

DSC_0294 Color-blocking, I feel, is the most eye-catching and easiest to accomplish pairing. Sharp contrasts like black and white, navy and white,  or color and neutral are the easiest color-blocking basic for starters. DSC_0302And speaking on contrast, it does not only apply to color. When  you have a simple basic skirt, choose a fun and embellished top to balance out the outfit or adorn with a statement necklace to remove the dullness.

If you choose a billowy top or bottom, make sure the top or bottom you choose to go with it is slimming unless you are going for a balloney looking effect, which to say the least is not flattering for any figure.DSC_0298 I am considered petite, border-lined at all cutoffs. Therefore, to elongate my figure, I can only wear midi skirt high waisted. Any skirts or pants that hit at my calf have seemed to mute my height and just seems like something is wrong.

Top | White House Black Market Silk Blouse (again styled here, here),
Bottom | Zara Skirt (old)
Heels | Enzo Angiolini Heels (again styled here, here)

You might have noticed my absence recently. I have been carried away playing with four newborn puppies and will be posting about Where to Go in Phildelphia and Pennsylvania soon 🙂

Categories: Office Style, Style