Ah, to match or to clash? Isn't that the age old question? Well maybe not, but
it is fun. Matching, while a little safe, is sure to make you look put together.
But if it's done right, adding a clashing item to your outfit can be very
trendy and fun. Why not start with something easy like your jewelry? I've
gathered up a few examples to get you started.
Purple dress, purple necklace right? I do this so often when shopping for an
outfit and there's nothing wrong it, the purple looks great, but the coral
one gives it a whole new look.
- Jade Jersey Dress - Aqua Pendant - Beaded Bracelet
- Zest Dress - Purple Statement Necklace - Coral Statement Necklace
You know what's weird? Trying to explain to your family what a blog is.
My dad had questions like, "How do you have a blog?" and "Who owns all the
blogs?". Ummm...I don't even know where to start with those. He also asked
what I write about and just sort of stared at me when I said "Oh you know...
pretty things that I like and also kitties. Lots of kitties." I think I broke
his brain when I tried to tell him what I do as a
For some reason he didn't understand the explanation that I blog about
blogging! I've resigned myself to the fact that I will probably never have a
job that can be fully explained to my family.
Well I think this is the first time I've been late with a 'View From' post.
Some family things have come up that I need to deal with, so expect the blog to be
a little sparse until I'm feeling better. The phrase I have been
hearing a lot this past week is "hang in there". And I'm trying my best to do
just that. Hug the people you love a little tighter today, ok?
I love metallics. They make a great neutral either in your wardrobe or in
Sources: Shirt | Lamp