Thursday, July 12, 2012

Grink

I was tickled with the way this blend of green and pink turned out. The shades look so fresh and crisp, even though I was sweaty and wilted underneath.


Shirt, St John’s Bay (thrifted). Dress, Mossimo. Belt, Sugadaminka. Shoes, Colin Stuart. Bag, Mondani. Bracelets, gift, vintage, and thrifted. Sunglasses, Girlprops.




Photos by Colette Thomas with the Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 35 mm 1:1.8G lens

8 comments:

Stephanie said...

I absolutely love the way you remix this dress. I have it too and I'm so bad at finding things to do with it. This is wonderful.

Megan Mae said...

This is such a fabulous combo. The obi belt is a perfect match for the pink shirt and works great with the dress! So cute!

Lorena said...

You continue to amaze me with your fabulous pattern mixing - this is no exception !

Lynne DeVenny said...

You are so creative - and you always get it right. I recently thrifted an H&M dress with a similar pattern, and am going to try it with a pink shirt in cooler weather.

Ruth said...

I envy you the hot weather you are evidently having - summer has passed us by in England - but I wonder why if it is so hot you wear such complicated clothes? Wouldn't a simple loose cotton dress and, dare I say it, some flat sandals be more comfortable? Surely they could be stylish too?

Kasmira said...

Ruth, all the outfits tagged "business casual" were worn to my very cool and dry office building. I would freeze without a few layers! And I kind of enjoy complicated. :) It appeals to my array side.

Kasmira said...

"Artsy" side, that is!

laniza said...

I love this remix of this dress. Your cost of wear must be pennies at this point!