Sweater (same style, different color): Old Navy/ Shirt (similar): Kohl's (store) Princess Vera Wang (designer)/ Necklace (similar): Kohl's (store) Simply Vera Vera Wang (designer)/ Corduroys: Loft/ Booties (similar): TJ Maxx (store) Elie Tahari (designer)/ Purse (similar): TJ Maxx (store) Claudia Firenze (designer)
Often times, primary colors (yellow, blue, and red) can seem like they are for children, but in reality they can work for adults and be very sophisticated. The way to make these colors more grown up is by choosing the correct tones, such as these muted, deep ones. The sweater is a mustard color yellow, the navy collared shirt is for the blue hue, and the burgundy corduroys take care of the red. It may seem scary at first to mix three colors together in one outfit, but as long as you keep the accessories in complementing neutral tones, such as these brown suede booties, pearl statement necklace, and leopard print purse (yes leopard is considered a neutral in my book!), the outfit will be elegant with just a bit of quirkiness. Fashion is all about trying new ideas that take you out of your comfort zone, so give this look a try and let me know how you like it in the comments below!