Magenta and lace for the win

Fuchsia / magenta is my favorite color in the world. For one thing, it looks good on me. For another I just love it, okay. So when I ran across this magenta tank top, I knew it had to be mine. Paired with my beige lace shorts and black patent leather peep toe flats, it makes a nice understated classy summer look. You could almost wear this to work, depending on how long your shorts have to be at the place you work.

 

Fuchsia top + beige lace shorts

 

What is your favorite color, and what does that say about you? I found this fun little website where I could see what it said about me if my favorite color was magenta. You can check it out hereI’m not sure I believe all that stuff, but it’s fun to see what the so-called ‘color experts’ have to say about who you are based on your favorite color. They talk about all the basic colors and a few others, but if your favorite color is, for example, chartreuse green, you may have to just click on the link for people who like green.

 

Fuchsia top, beige lace shorts, opal and druzy necklace, copper earrings + black peep toe flats

 

Fuchsia top, beige lace shorts, opal and druzy necklace, copper earrings + black peep toe flats

 

Fuchsia top, beige lace shorts, opal and druzy necklace, copper earrings + black peep toe flats

 

Fuchsia top, beige lace shorts, opal and druzy necklace, copper earrings + black peep toe flats

 

Fuchsia top, beige lace shorts, opal and druzy necklace, copper earrings + black peep toe flats

 

Fuchsia top, beige lace shorts, opal and druzy necklace, copper earrings + black peep toe flats

 

Fuchsia top, beige lace shorts, opal and druzy necklace, copper earrings + black peep toe flats

 

Fuchsia top, beige lace shorts, opal and druzy necklace, copper earrings + black peep toe flats

 

Fuchsia top, beige lace shorts, opal and druzy necklace + copper earrings

 

This was such a fun place to do photos. We just happened to decide to go to the back side of MHCC to shoot photos on some of the paths in the woods and discovered instead all of the art buildings – actually covered with artwork on the outside. I may have to go back again some time soon because I’m pretty sure I only saw half of it that day.

P.S. It’s my birthday today. Just wanted to throw that out there. Haha.

 

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~ All photos were taken by Calvin Hodgson.  You can find his work on Flickr and on his blog.

Spring green for the win

With St. Patrick’s day and spring right around the corner, I’m feeling super springy and am admiring all of the pretty spring green dresses out there right now. The pale, pale greens, the mossy greens, the brighter springier greens, even the dark greens. Yes. Spring is coming!!!

Which color of green is your favorite?

 

Loving this elegant dusty green dress by BHLDN! So pretty.

 

 

This wrap dress requires very little else to dress it up. Simply add espadrilles and a floppy hat and you’re ready for seaside strolls and al fresco meals.

 

This one is more of a kelly green. With the cut and style plus the stripes, it goes beyond spring to summer. Whoohoo. Summer is coming, too!

 

How fun is seafoam green for spring time? Pale green plus the fun, flowy asymmetrical hem. What’s not to love?

 

Simply elegant and flattering to most figures, a wrapped chiffon maxi features front and back V-necklines and a graceful, tulip-style high/low hem. Love this one!

 

More polka dots! How fun are polka dots in green? Add ruffles and a sweet little tie closure and I’m sold on this one for both spring and summer.

 

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