Pop of Pink

April 24, 2013

A fun - textured #andorpersand printed - jacket can add unexpected dimension to the most boring of outfits. I am currently fixated on jackets I would formerly consider wildly impractical (like this brocade bomber jacket). For someone like me whose closet holds a lot of pieces in solid and bright colors, the logical next step to take seems to be adding prints in larger doses.

That said, I am still trying to figure out how to wear the Cecily Burnout Military Jacket that I purchased a few months ago. If you have any ideas, please leave me a comment below. I am hoping to wear it one more time before warmer weather forces it into hibernation.

Lilly Pulitzer Printed Jacket (last seen here) | Forever 21 Grid Pattern Georgette Shirt | Zara Jacquard Skirt | Hermes H Buckle Reversible Belt | Zara Office City Bag | Valentino Rockstud Wedge Pump
One of my favorite purchases this year is this pre-owned Hermes belt. I want to thank Jean and Khatu for inspecting the belt for me in person (also can't thank Jean enough for patiently answering all of my questions throughout the search and sending me pictures of her own belts when I was in a frenzy caused by unfamiliarity with vintage belts).

I know designer trimmings with a giant logo isn't everyone's cup of tea but if you are thinking about getting this belt as well and need another push, here are a few posts in which Khatu (1 | 2 | 3) and Jean (1 | 2 | 3) wore theirs.

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