Feeling the Blues…

{Gap striped tee, J.Crew denim vest, Asos textured skirt, J.Crew Everly pumps, vintage Coach shoulder bag, Brooklyn Designs infinity necklace c/o}

My closet tends to gravitate toward neutrals, but if I had one pop of color of choice, it would be cobalt blue. Blue tends to be a little more versatile than other colors, it isn’t too feminine, and it’s always been a favorite of mine. The fact that you can play with different shades and fabrics (denim!), makes it a winner in my book. Cobalt is also a color that will take you through the year, you can wear it head to toe in the summer or use it as a pop of color for spring and fall.

I saw this striped Gap tee in store awhile back and didn’t think too much about it. But, after doing some shopping online and needing my dollar amount to surpass $50 in order to receive free shipping, I pulled the trigger. I’m so glad I did because I love it! The cobalt is a little faded, it’s super soft, and oversized. Could not recommend it more… I may need it in navy too!

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  1. Chelsea August 27, 2013

    I love this outfit Crystalin! That blue is so flattering and the texture of your skirt is such a fun detail.

    Chelsea & The City

  2. YoungMild&Free August 27, 2013

    Ohh I love this look! So pretty and simple. And that blue is amazing. Thank you for sharing!


  3. Katie August 29, 2013

    That blue looks amazing on you!

    Just catching up on my blog reading- i love the new look of your site, nice & streamlined :)

    Katie x

  4. Hannah August 29, 2013

    Cobalt blue is such a spectacular color on you, and it’s so huge for fall this year!

    Xo, Hannah


  5. Charity September 1, 2013

    tres chic! I don’t usually love monochrome outfits, but this look is bomb.


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