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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Inspired by Pinterest

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shirt: Old Navy, pants: Kohl's, shoes: Payless

all black
image found here


Such a simple look, all black with a pop of color, but it took finding this picture on Pinterest to even consider these pieces together. Heidi has made me realize how professional and polished a button can make a look feel. Although I hadn't worn this one in a really long time, I'm glad I never got rid of this one because I felt great wearing it! Be sure to head over to H&K Style Journey to see some other Pinterest inspired looks!

8 comments:

  1. Hey! Thanks so much for linking up. This look is so simple but fun with the pop of color with your red shoes. I love all black with a punch of color. Great job! Heather

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  2. This is perfect! It is simple, but the red shoes just really pop! It shows an all black outfit can be done well!

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  3. Oh wow this looks great! I think I would have been scared to wear all black but it looks so fun with the pop of color from your shoe!

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  4. this is definitely a chic look. I love the pairing of all black with a bright color like red. =D
    xo,
    nancy

    http://adoretoadorn.blogspot.com

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  5. Love this so classic and a great way to showcase fabulous shoes. I am burting to share that i just recieved an order from Payless with red-orange, cobalt and black pumps today and can't wait to do something similiar!

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  6. It's amazing how a pair of colorful shoes can really make an outfit go from drab to fab. Not that your outfit is drab-- but I could imagine wearing black from head to toe coming off as sad. And you come off as rad. (sorry for the terrible rhyming)

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  7. I wore a head-to-toe similar look the other day with my leather-accented skinny pants & a button-down and I loved it. I need to wear black more often. You look gorgeous, slim, tall & beautiful here. =)

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  8. super chic and sophisticated
    love the pop of red with all black
    brett

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