Colour Fest Day 2 – Turbulence

 

I don’t usually wear head to toe greys and neutrals, but sometimes for work I want to wear a more muted, classic outfit – especially if off site mixing with other professionals. I just bought a grey leopard print blazer from SES Fashion, for $16.00! Bargain. The lilac/grey infinity scarf was also a new purchase, for $6.00 from Paper Scissors

Throw on some skinny dark denim jeans and classic silver jewels, then contrast with a Revlon just bitten kissable lip balm stain for a bright lip!

 
Turbulence - patone
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Colour Fest Day 1: Acai

Day 1 – Acai

I chose a relatively safe combo to kick start Colour Fest. I already have a lot of purple, especially like Acai (Pantone 19-3628).

Pantone Inspired - Acai

Today purple leggings, a paisley dress with a mix burgundy, purple and orange, a purple sweater, tan boots I had made in Vietnam and bronze coloured accessories. Too easy!

 

Today’s Outfit: Leopard Elf

Today's Outfit: Leopard Elf
I really liked wearing this outfit. Much more than yesterdays. Yesterday I tried to do purple jean/leggings with a black high collared flowy top. I forgot that that top is a bit long and hence, too flowy. And my jeans are a bit big now so looked a bit like purple elephant legs, all loosey goosey. Nice.
But today I rocked it!  These pants always make me feel like an elf. Especially when I wear boots, but leopard flats? Well they’re practically a neutral here…

Today’s Outfit: Pink & Leopard

Today's Outfit: Pink & Leopard

Worn out for dinner and a spot of bowling! I learned the hard way that bowling and dresses don’t mix, so pants it is for the awesome red and white striped bowling shoes.

So pants it was, but to throw some fun in the mix, I went with my flowy leopard print top (Leo-Paard darling) with some pink accessories! The bracelet is the same colour as the necklace and earrings, but that came out more coral.

Did the colours help my bowling ability? Hell no. Especially as I was distracted by the glowing pink accessories!