Print wedges: Kohl's
Metallic pumps: Paris Hilton, Marshalls
Sunset clutch: Kohl's
Metallic shoulder bag: Gap
Tee: J. C. Penney's
Shoes: Barefeet Shoes
Hello Kitty Tote: Amazon
White shoulder bag: Nine West, Boscov's
Top: Mossimo, Target
Skirt: Denizen by Levi's, Target
Shoes: Ami Clubwear
Pastel Snazzy Circles Necklace
Bag: Shoe Dept.
And turquoise. And sky blue. And navy. (But never ever cornflower or Wedgwood.) Equal parts no-nonsense and regal, these shades make for a nice jewel box of a post-summer palette. I've always loved blue, much more so than pink. (I know I've blogged about that before, but sometimes it just bears repeating. I considered saying, "I've always loved the cool kiss of cobalt," "blue just blows me away," or something else silly-and-or-pompous, but thought better of sacrificing my street cred.) The whole blue-vs.-pink thing takes me back to that last scene in "Sleeping Beauty" when Princess Aurora is dancing with the prince with the fairies hovering overhead, arguing over which color is better and changing the shade of Aurora's gown in the crossfire. The result is an ever-changing, Technicolor dream of a dress drenched in Disney movie magic. (So much for avoiding bombastic writing.)
Team blue fairy, this post is for you.