Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Brush Strokes

Hunter Bell NYC top | Vintage Neiman Marcus skirt {similar style here here} | Diane Von Furstenberg heels {previous season, similar style} | Magazine cover clutch {similar style} | Kendra Scott bracelet and earrings {previous season, similar here & here

Hello, colorful Tuesday!

Sorry for the delay in today's post, but the weekend just passed by too quickly to get around to the blog. We've been working tirelessly to get everything situated and organized in our new place, and now it's finally starting to feel like home. It is such a relief, as I hate living out of boxes and staring at bare walls. It's crazy how empty (and depressing!) a place can feel when there's no artwork or personal decor around you.

Speaking of art, how gorgeous is this backdrop? This is one of the exterior walls at a local home decor store, Biscuit. I swear this wall has taken on a life of it's own. It has become one of the most popular destinations for photographs. You're lucky if you don't have to wait in line to snap shots of this perfect palette. 

Going along with the range of bright hues in the wall, I added my own pop of color with this skirt and blouse. The Hunter Bell magenta top was the perfect addition to this vintage Neiman Marcus skirt my mother gave me. I like how the color blocking in the skirt is offset at the bottom with a neutral Venetian landscape. I love when clothing features abstract or photographed scenic prints, it's truly a great way to "travel in style." 

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