{style inspiration: bright whites & bits of colour}





. . . while in theory, may love the thought of stepping out in vibrant spring hues, in actuality, much more likely to dash out the door in pale & pretty neutrals . . . and so, was delighted to happen upon a perfect compromise: a crisply tailored white coat accented with an elegantly thin fuchsia belt and pale yellow clutch, or long layers of lace and cool colour-block sandals, or perhaps, floor-length in warm whites, cinched with a perfectly preppy band of kelly green . . .

{images: anna selezneva by mariano vivanco for vogue russia, june 2011 via fgr}

10 Notes
  • These photos work so well together… sprinkles of color in every photo balance all that gorgeous ivory and white. Love it!

  • I love this look Thanks for the post. It is the elegant, subdued version of color blocking.

  • The long white skirt and lime green clutch is to die for!
    I plan to wear more white this season…thank you for posting this!
    Your blog is amazing!

    Best Wishes!

    co founder:
    Mod Human Vintage

  • These shots are such a testament that a little pop of pink or emerald green can elevate an ensemble to another level entirely. Love! xo Lola

  • Just how I imagine summer dressing should look and feel…Sumptuous whites with bold pops of color! That yellow clutch is to die for! Great finds Roseline!

    Peace. Love. LOL!

    Haute Khuuture Blog

  • That trench coat is amaze. I love adding pops of color to otherwise neutral outfits.

  • So beautiful! I love the trench coat and the dress in the second picture. xo

  • love that last image..the belt is the real clincher( pun intended!) the eye makeup too..have a lovely day, visit my blog when you have a moment..xx meenal

  • I really like how the off-white skirt in the last picture somehow works with the white top. Cute.

    Leighana’s Life

  • Fell for this the moment I saw it, the perfect summer style inspiration – can not wait to step out in lovely bits of color & crisp whites; and a new-found love for floor-lengths, determined to find the perfect one. x

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