Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Lessons on matching

According to Heidi and my oldest sister, your clothes don't have to match. (Your mother lied to you.) In fact, it shouldn't match, it should "go".

I have tried to fully embraced this. Here are some fine examples.

Check out my brown/red animal print flats with my blue gingham shirt.

Or my mixing polka dots with florals.

Or this pink bracelet with my turquoise.

It is still a work in progress, but I am pleased with the results.


Darci said...

I'm trying to do that too, but I'm not very sucessful maybe is to due to the fact that my selction is small and I don't want to buy myself anything too cute until I'm back to my normal Darci size.
Maybe when I get back to my normal size I can come out to KC and we shop not to match together.

Becca said...

cute cute cute!

Kira said...

I learned this fabulous concept from my daughter-- when she was a toddler. I fully embrace it, as it makes me seem much more fashionable than I actually am. People don't realize that I am just too lazy and/ or fashion-challenged to match everything.

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