Featured Look: Cobalt, Black & White

So, cobalt was splashed all over the Fall 2013 runways, but as you know, cobalt is my happy color, so it’s a hue that I work into my wardrobe every season!

Full outfit details here.

For today’s featured look, I styled a cobalt jacket with one of my favorite spring trends, black and white stripes! Plus, ankle strap heels are HUGE for spring as well…Carly from ThirtySomethingFashion convinced me to step out of my oversized top with skinnies and maxi dress ruts by trying on some higher hem frocks for size.

What spring trends are you pairing with your old favorites lovelies?

kristin

Comments

  1. says

    I haven’t thought too much about spring literally because it is so cold out and I dread another snow/freezing day, love the ankle strap peep toe sandals.

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    The BonBon Rose Girls Reply:

    I know…It’s been brutal up north. It’s warm here, so spring is all I can think about! :)

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  2. says

    Aw, thanks for the link/shout out pretty girl! Love this set…all OVER black and white these days…and YES …shorter hems…lets highlight those legs…I certainly am..to camo my tum tum which is my least taut spot right now…le sigh.

    C

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    The BonBon Rose Girls Reply:

    One of these days it will be flat again right? I hope! Ha!

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  3. says

    The stripe and cobalt is perfect together, I have been bringing out cobalt lately, it’s one of my favourite hues.

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    The BonBon Rose Girls Reply:

    I have way too much of it in my wardrobe, but I heart it so!

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  4. says

    Cobalt looks good on everyone. I saw a lady in black and white stripes paired with a red scarf today..was cute but the stripes were horizontal and just seemed convictesque. :)
    Vertical stripes are much better.

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    The BonBon Rose Girls Reply:

    I love stripes in all forms, but as a general rule, vertical stripes tend to be more slimming. :)

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