When I was little girl, I thought blue was the color of royalty. As I grew older, I learned that purple is the shade that best symbolizes nobility. According to my research, “only the most expensive dyes were used to produce the color purple.” However, I stuck to my favorite color, which is blue, and that’s why I’m giving you a Bluer than Blue outfit idea. Check out the fantabulous pieces I got from –of course– Net-A-Porter and see how you can rock the bright shade even if you’re feeling a bit blue.
Are you ready for a bluish moment? I feel in love the second my eyes settled for this silk-faille midi skirt($550) from Tibi. Doesn’t it remind you of the 1950s when my love Audrey Hepburn ruled the fashion hierarchy? This skirt makes your waist smaller than its actual size (I’m sorry, there’s no easy way to say it!) so to complement it, I recommend Chloé’s polka-dot blouse ($995) that you can tuck in for a Dita von Teese kind of waistline.
I think these gorgeous leather pumps ($625) from Saint Laurent will do the job of highlighting your legs in an instant. It may be tad too simple, but hey, no one wants to overdo an outfit unless you’re Lady Gaga or Helena Bonham Carter in a Tim Burton film, right?
Anyway, these gold-tone resin clip earrings ($400) designed by Marni should complete your fuss-free look. For this matter, a top bun is the perfect hairstyle to show your beautiful face without being too obvious. As for your stuff, I suggest you go for Olympia Le-Tan’s Edelweiss embroidered clutch ($2,010) for a dash of whimsical feeling. The thing I worry about this chic clutch is its compactness. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think only a few things such as an iPhone, card, and your favorite lippy can be tossed inside this accessory.
What do you think of this week’s outfit? Like it or loathe it?
Photos are from Net-A-Porter