Navy is the New Black

scarf // fedora // chambray // sweater // pump // long sleeve tee // jacket // clutch

I’ve always had a thing for navy, but recently, it’s become an absolute favorite! I had already decided there was a need for a navy handbag in my wardrobe some time ago, but after seeing these shoes, I knew it would be a dominant color in my wardrobe for fall. It pairs nicely with tan and gray and adds dimension to those all black ensembles. I was initially thinking about snagging these, but saw these in size 5 and pulled the trigger. Fall, you can’t come soon enough!

Will you be wearing navy this fall?

p.s. I’m over on Chelsea and the City talking favorites in her series, Blogger Favorites. Check it out here!


  1. LeahS. August 28, 2013

    Loving those pumps!

  2. nicole marie August 28, 2013

    yes! love navy

  3. YoungMild&Free August 28, 2013

    Could not agree more! Navy is such a great sophisticated neutral. Love your picks!


  4. Jessica August 28, 2013

    Yes! Yes! Yes!! I love Navy Blue. Have you had a peek at the Phillip Lim for Target lookbook? Theres tons of Navy.

    Have a great day!

  5. Lix August 28, 2013

    I’ve been wearing so much navy lately I felt justified in buying a pair of navy flats today, so I think it’s safe to say that color will be popping up in my fall wardrobe quite a lot. ;)

  6. Chelsea August 28, 2013

    I just love navy! It was so nice to have you on my blog today Crystalin, I loved putting together your feature.

    Chelsea & The City

  7. Bettina August 28, 2013

    Loving that dark chambray. It looks perfect for the cooler months!

  8. Stylishlyme August 28, 2013

    Yes I will be wearing navy this fall – I love the color! I have seen those Alice and Olivia heels everywhere in different colors and materials – love them!!



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