Mint Green and Cobalt Blue

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 38 0

Mint and Cobalt Blue Stripe Dress

Mint and Cobalt Blue | Crazy Style Love

Mint and Blue Gap Stripe Dress | Crazy Style Love

Mint Coach Purse, Gap Striped Dress | Crazy Style Love

Mint and Cobalt Blue | Crazy Style Love

Mint and Cobalt Blue | Crazy Style Love

Dress: Gap. Necklace: Banana Republic. Handbag: Coach (similar), (similar from Marc by Marc Jacobs). Shoes: Jimmy Choo (similar by Manolo Blahnik). Coat: Jacob (similar from ModCloth). Sunglasses: Gucci.


Mint Green and Cobalt Blue.  A soft pastel shade and a bold bright hue that don’t seem like they should be paired together, but actually compliment each other quite nicely.  A combination that I’ve worn in the past (in the posts Panama and Pick-Me-Up), and will definitely wear again in the future.  Have you paired these two pretty colors together?  Do you have any unusual yet complimentary color pairings that you love to wear?










Monday, December 17, 2012 146 0

Blouse: J.Crew. Skirt: ASOS. Shoes: Boutique 9. Ring: Stella & Dot Odette Ring. Necklace: via The Bay. Sunglasses: Chanel.


Happy Monday!  I hope you all had a lovely weekend.  This may give you a little Monday morning chuckle, but doesn’t this outfit remind you of the scene in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” when Violet Beauregarde turns into a giant blueberry?!  I felt really great wearing this all-blue look, but I couldn’t help but think of that movie.  As a child, it both fascinated and terrified me.  I so badly wanted to visit his chocolate factory, but Willy Wonka and his little Oompa Loompa’s were just so scary!  Were you a fan of that movie?  Did you want to drink the Fizzy Lifting drink and taste the snozzberry wallpaper as much as I did?




Friday, October 26, 2012 126 0

Jacket: Jacob (love the buttons on this similar option). Blouse: Zara. Dress: H&M (similar). Watch: Daniel Wellington (c/o). Shoes: Kate Spade. Handbag: Gucci. Sunglasses: Chanel.


My Man and I are still rookies when it comes to photography.  Other than knowing how to adjust the brightness, we just point and shoot, and hope the camera is smart enough to take a great photo. Well, that method didn’t really work for us when taking these particular photos and shooting in very low light for the first time.  These were the only two non-blurry pictures in the bunch.  I think it’s about time that we learn how to properly use our camera. Happy Friday everyone!