Because it is still March, and not terribly warm yet, I decided to stick with a sweater. I chose this color block cardigan from Amazon. I thought, "What better sweater for a color challenge than wearing a "Color Block" sweater?"
My pants and scarf actually bring in a lot more color in real life. They are a bright navy blue, but the color didn't show up true in the photographs.
Nicole - High Latitude Style - Seven months of snow means white and black everywhere. Occasionally, a hint of yellow. The sky is either dark with white pin dots and green stripes, gray with white polka dots, pink or orange, or steel blue (my favorite). Not much color. Thus, in the cold season you have hunger for color. So even though red adds a lot of weight (not actually, but it gives the illusion of being heavy), it’s one of my weapons to fight the winter blues.
Michele - On Instagram as Seechele_styles “My neon pink cardigan was thrifted, and are styled with Camo joggers. I paired the outfit with a zebra print tote.”
Ada - Elegance and Mommyhood - Green is one of my favorite bright colors, especially Kelly Green. It’s also one of the most popular Pantone Colors of 2021. I wore this cute outfit today on a 47° sunny day (it felt warmer than that) and my beautiful daughter took these photos. I decided to pair this Kelly Green Eyelet Blouse by J. Crew with these Olive Green Skinny Jeans by Old Navy. Even my net socks are green (and black). They look great under the peep-toe booties.
Nancy - Nancy’s Fashion Style - I love lilac! But the color doesn't look good on when it is near my face. This skirt was actually a bit to tight and I sold it. But the color and the fabric, it looked a bit like tweed, were fabulous. I like to wear lilac with purple, or with pink , or like here with orange. I am on the hunt for a new, or pre loved, lilac skirt! One that fits!
Julie - Fashion Trends and Friends and Instagram FashionTandF - Color makes me happy, especially bold bright color! However, today I’m sharing how you can easily add touches of color to pop an otherwise monochromatic look if color isn’t your thing! What color would you pair with gray? Stop by my blog to see the colors I added to one outfit!
Suzanne - Ask Suzanne Bell -
Adding a pop of color, shine, sparkle, feathers, faux fur, or an unexpected print is a simple way to breathe life to any outfit. Stop by the blog for simple tips on how to work with your existing wardrobe and break out of your Pandemic style rut.
Amy - Amy’s Creative Pursuits - What’s better to wear for a color challenge than a “Colorblock Sweater”? I added even more pop of color with a bright bag!
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