Thursday, October 09, 2008

Brello

Sweater, Body Central. Skirt, Newport News. Pumps, Delicious. Silk scarf, flea market somewhere north of San Diego, CA. Sunnies, Hawaiian Tropic. Bag, Prague (thrifted). Leaf pendant (obscured by the scarf), thrifted.

Last time I wore brown and yellow, I received some amusing comments. The color combination reminded one person of M&Ms and someone else of something far less savory. Let’s hope the M&M (or even the public transit conductor) association won out today.

14 comments:

Why Just Survive? said...

I totally approve!

Fabulous Financials said...

That is a cute look. Love the color contrast of the scarf.

Question: I have a short neck and scarves don't seem to work for me. Any recommendations?

Jess said...

I LOVE yellow and red together!! :)

Work With What You've Got said...

I think it's a great outfit. And that bag, I so love that bag!~

Kelly said...

Eeee! Twirly skirts are my favorite!

Kasmira said...

FF - I would recommend oblong scarves, instead of square, and leaving the ends long to lengthen the look.

You could always wear the scarf somewhere else, like your hair, waist, wrist, or handbag.

Leslie said...

I love this entire look on you-- the colors are fabulous together and very "fall"!

The Cocoa Goddess said...

This is a great fall combo! Very earthy. Love the bag too

Psuedokim said...

This outfit is so sharp.

yankeenaijababe said...

Wow, lovely colors. First time here , me like.

Student Counseling said...

You look great in the shape of this outfit. I love the fitted top and the flare-y skirt. Great way to accentuate your figure :)

KT said...

This is such an adorable look on you!

Sheila said...

Such a lovely classic look! The red is perfect with this!

Vickie said...

I wore a brown skirt and yellow sweater today with a brown belt, brown tights and brown shoes, and got lots of compliments, and only put it together after seeing your outfit. I love checking your blog, and now realize fashion should be fun, and if you look good, you feel good. so many thanks to you.