I stepped out in Mother Nature's signature color today -- green! This feather belt perked me up after a late night's sleep :)
I was sooooo excited to bare the most skin after three weeks of pants and long skirts! Eager to show off my (almost) spot-free (lower) legs, I pulled on a knee-length skirt to meet up with friends for lunch. In fashion history, women were liberated when they started wearing pants. I feel the most liberated when I'm wearing a skirt! So breezy!
A lot of my clothes are from my mom as she outgrew them. This moss green tunic, worn here as a top, is one of them. It's my first time to wear it after sitting in the closet for a few years. I like the raw edging, which gives a more organic feel.
Because there were several textures in my outfit today, I limited the color palette and chose simple accessories that subtly shone.
Golden browns and greens make for a serene, unobtrusive combination.
|mixing up the greens|
Sheer tunic from Picnic. Skirt from Valleygirl. Sandals from Nine West. Belt from Zara. Rings from Japan. Bag from Louis Vuitton.