January 16, 2013

Today's Everyday Fashion: Loud

Inspiration: Madewell



I was re-creating this outfit in my room. I had on the reddish top, the pink jeans, and leopard heels - and I felt bored. Somehow, it was just not as much fun (or as loud) as the inspiration. The burgundy necklace was the missing piece - similar color as my shoes, and her belt. If a more low-key look is your style, you could easily switch to blue or black jeans, or remove the necklace. How would you wear this look? 

Shirt: J.Crew, $35 (purchased in store 1/3/13, no coupon)
Blush jeans: Target, $22
Necklace: c/o Page 6 Boutique, $35
Shoes: Banana Republic, $60 (similar, similar, similar, similar)
Watch: Michael Kors, family gift
Rings: My Stella & Dot website 1, 2
Bracelets: My Stella & Dot website 1, 2, 3

Urban Outfitters / Kohl's / LOFT
Vince / Kohl's / Calvin Klein / Juicy Couture

33 comments:

  1. I love it!  This would be cute for Valentine's Day.

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  2. That necklace definitely ties the outfit together. I love this outfit though! I'd be afraid of putting together a bright top with colored skinnies, but this is definitely the right way to do it. I like the theme of red!

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  3. very cute... the necklace def gives it that extra uuumph :)

    xo - heather
    This Life Is Yours Blog

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  4. I love how you mixed red and pink -- this would be perfect for valentines day! xo

    http://allthingsprettyandlittle.blogspot.com/

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  5. Cute outfit, I would wear it but I don't have any soft pink bottoms :( I guess I need to go shopping.


    xo
    http://pinksole.com

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  6. you look gorgeous! love the denim.

    www.modernsuburbanites.blogspot.com

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  7. I like the way you altered the inspiration photo. It may not be as loud, but that actually appeals to me.  I think it makes it much more wear-able.  I really like red with pink, too! :)

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  8. I really like the way your outfit turned out.  The different shades work very well together and you can never go wrong with a splash of leopard!  Heather

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  9. I don't know why, but I've never been a fan of red and pink together? (Also, J, I had NO idea how you used facebook to expand your blog like you did! I'd love to pick your brain on that, if you'll let me.)

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  10. beautiful blouse! 
    kw Ladies in Navy

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  11. You make this work!  Reminds me of Valentine's Day. 

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  12. I would wear it just like you styled it! It's a fun mix of color for this dreary Winter weather!

    www.beautyandbows.com

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  13. Maybe dark pumps, and a leopard scarf? Just for a different look (especially if you're in a cold climate).

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  14. I really like the blush pink and red combo! Really cute.

    stylediarybykatie.blogspot.com

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  15. I like your look much better than the models. I would probably style the top over some skinny jeans or black ones and/or layer a cardigan or blazer over it. Love the red top. Perfect for Valentines day coming up.
    Agi:)vodkainfsuedlemonade.wordpresss.com

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  16. The necklace makes it!

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  17. I would not have thought to pair these colors together but I love it! I might use a leopard scarf on top with brown flats. I love the necklace though. 

    http://msmayg.blogspot.com/

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  18. I just purchased the same shirt yesterday! The sales associate recommended pairing the top with white jeans and a gold belt; she was wearing black crops and a black and white vest.  I can't wait to wear the top with colorful skirts in the spring! In the mean time, I have floral jeans I'll definitely be pairing with this top!

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  19. I love the color combination with the leopard... the inspiration outfit is more my style but you did a wonderful job of making it your own!! :)









    Cassie
    thriftthick.blogspot.com 

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  20. Kim, check out this post I did that explains my FB strategy! A lot of it is outdated now  with the new FB layouts, etc. And I haven't done any marketing since 2011. It's really just a matter of posting content there everyday that brings people in.  http://www.jseverydayfashion.com/2012/01/why-i-blog-on-facebook.html

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  21. I like your look better! :) Looks great!

    XO Nat
    www.natinlove.com
    Nat in Love

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  22. The Fashion CanvasJanuary 16, 2013 at 3:12 PM

    Don't we just love the bubble necklace! I hope it is a trend that sticks around for awhile. Also, the red looks great on you, I think I need some red piece for the upcoming holiday. 

    xoxo

    www.thefashioncanvas.com

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  23. In my town, (i.e., a  l.a.r.g.e.  college town), it always seems as if "hearts are floatin' in the air" from about mid-January............ through Valentine's Day;  (and even those without a specific "romantic" interest are now, thankfully, much-more-often included in this current *Atmosphere Of Love And Kindness*)!!    Your outfit would be just perfect, therefore............ for lunch with friends............ going out for drinks and/or dinner............ and (even in some, not all, Grad classrooms here!!) with a neutral blazer;  maybe with only your smaller gold pendant necklace;  and, say, your new Nine West fawn-brown high-heel loafers, (i.e., as in yesterday's 1/15/13 post)!!

    I additionally really like how your smaller gold pendant necklace gently "softens" your statement necklace;  and also how it goes so well with it, too!!    Although the buttons on your silk blouse are white, they almost look~~at first glance!!~~like they're blush pink (like your jeans);  so that's another small detail that kind of "softens" your bold, vibrant, and  *V.E.R.Y.*  pretty* red-and-pink outfit!!

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  24. Thanks Rosanna! I love the pendant + bubble combo too. Kind of a happy accident as I already had the pendant on, but my friend Leslie does this a lot and it always looks great! And I love V-day! :-)

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  25. I remember in elementary school I had a deep belief that pink and red just didn't go together... sorta like black and brown! Growing up opens so many doors of color combination!

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  26. I am still apprehensive about pink and red together but I LOVE the burgundy necklace with the red top.  I have a red blazer that I feel like I always style the same way.  I am wearing now and have been thinking that I am getting bored with it but now I am excited for its next wear paired with my new burgundy statement necklace! Thanks J! 

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  27. I love the inspiration picture you chose for today, using a bright and bold red with a soft spoken pink, plus a loud cheetah print. I think this amazingly balances out without overdoing the whole look. I like how you took similar colors, but I think would give an extra pop is definitely the cheetah print cardigan. It's one of my favorite parts of that look!

    http://emmastyleguide.blogspot.com

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  28. I was in Target today & all the colored denim was up to 70% off. FYI!

    xo,
    Tiffany
    http://shoeschampagne.blogspot.com

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  29. I really like the two shades of red together with the leopard, but I think the pink is a little too much. I think a pair of dark pants would really make this outfit!

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  30. I love this look!  Your look is way better!  The pink and red combo is very chic!

    Xo,Rachel Ashleyhttp://fashionablyliving.com

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  31. I LOVE your blog! So much so that I had to post it on my clothing FB page and website!
    http://www.facebook.com/raidkellyscloset
    www,raidkellyscloset.com
    What you are doing is fabulous!

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  32. Ok, this outfit- I LOOOOOVE

    nikki mata
    http://www.thebellabordeaux.com

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