I've got summer styling on the mind, and more specifically, different ways we can play with pieces and not melt within two minutes of walking to the bus. It's a struggle, but I hear it can be done.
While I'm a huge advocate of layering (and have done a bit of clever maneuvering in this outfit here) I think I'm really going to enjoy dabbling in monochrome family hues this summer. Give me different shades of white, varying shades of navy, or, like in this look, a mix of beiges and sands.
It makes for an easy but wonderfully chic look. In this outfit I took a beige summer dress and popped a nude skirt with brown palms on top as my foundation. Then I paired it with white sandals to lighten the brownish palette, and a fun vintage evening clutch (from New Old Fashion Vintage) in a creme color to give the look personality.
The outcome? Something easy, something breezy, but with a whole lot of fun to it.
What do you think? Will you try creating something with just one color palette, or are you a gal that likes something more electric?