Thursday, November 5, 2009

Mellow Yellow

Mellow Yellow

Mellow Yellow

Mellow Yellow

Works Cited
yellow sweater: j. crew
button-up: banana
red-orange tank: old navy
flats: old navy
belt: gift from friend
scarf: gift

Today is packed with office hours, class prep, errands, and my advisor's investiture, so I wanted to wear something comfortable, cheerful, and professional. This sweater was a recent birthday gift, and a bit of a risk--I have a closet full of brown, navy, and gray sweaters and this is an unusual color for me. But it turns out that I love mustard yellow and it goes with a lot of fall colors I like to wear--brown, navy, dark purple, and dark reds. I think this might be my new go-to sweater that goes with everything in my closet.

What non-basic colors are your go-to?

(and also: thanks to Marie for the savvy photo advice)

8 comments:

Deborah said...

fucsia, orange, violet

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Marie McGrath (The Joy of Fashion) said...

jejejeje your welcome, you photos look great! I have been thinking about trying mustard with red for some time now, but havent dared. You pulled it off really nicely, congrats!

I agree, mustard is a good go-to color. It goes with eeeverything!

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The Owl's Closet said...

beautiful sweater! mustard yellow is such a happy color:) u can never go wrong with this sweater for sure!

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Julie said...

red. Definitely red.

Dottie said...

The last picture is beautiful! The outfit is perfect. I'm still trying to figure out how to work with big scarves and belts, so this sets a good example for me. My go-to color for more pop is bright red, although I usually stick with dark brown, blue and black.

K @ Blog Goggles said...

Haha, I totally think I have that same cardigan! You look adorable.

Neon Gypsy said...

soooo cute, especially with that fabulous scarf!! i loveeeee yellow and it looks so great with the red (:

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What Would a Nerd Wear said...

I love reds, too, especially the way they look against purple and yellow (and of course, my old faithful, gray).

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