Dressed for: Warmth Now Past

Already Pretty outfit featuring mustard cardigan, teal dress, hobo bag, cognac Tsubo Dufay pumps, Alivia May necklace, pearl stretch bracelets

Cardigan, JC Penney (no longer available) – similar
Dress – Gabriella Rocha Edithe via 6pm
Necklace, courtesy Alivia May
Bracelets, thrifted and courtesy Silver Speck
Earrings, gift – similar
Burgundy pumps – Tsubo Dufay
Bag- Banana Republic (no longer available) – similar features

It’s absolutely FREEZING today, but we had several unseasonably warm days last week and a few outfits are gonna linger from that time. I heard it’s supposed to warm up again by the weekend, but can’t imagine I’ll be doing bare legs again anytime soon.

I wore this to shadow ARC’s Value Village Personal Shopper Michelle Dustin. While we were working together I wore my flat cognac boots – see that iteration here – but was so overheated by the time I got home, I swapped the boots for my burgundy pumps. Would never have expected THAT to happen in November.

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  • As soon as I saw your ensemble I guessed Banana for the bag; love their purses! And you look great in those colors!

  • shelley

    The teal is wonderful.

  • shelley

    Oops. thinking turquoises typing teal.

  • Interesting color-combination. And the necklace is exceptional.

  • I LOVE this outfit! As a fellow lover of color and fun color combinations, I enjoy seeing your inspired pairings. Cool necklace, too!

    If it’s any consolation to you, it’s no longer warm here in San Diego, either. Just a week ago, I was in tank tops and skirts. Now it’s time for long-sleeves and coats. I am determined to wear more skirts this winter, though, so I’ll be looking for some fabulous boots and tights like the ones you sport here regularly. I would love a post on boots sometime soon (although I’m sure you’ve done boot posts in the past). How about a “insomniac” post on tall flat boots in non-traditional colors? That would be fun!

  • You look amazing!! I wore a turquoise dress with yellow accents today too! You know what they say about great minds… 🙂

  • b.

    OMG, a thrift store personal shopper?! What a great job! I’m totally jealous of Michelle, and of you for getting to shadow her! Will you share some of your experiences here, please?

  • Bronwyn

    I LOVE this colour combination. It’s gorgeous!

  • Sarah

    I’m not sure about this one Sal. It’s a brave color combination and I adore turquoise but the fabric of the dress looks too light weight to go with that cardigan or the shoes. I’m thinking a nice jewelled sandal would be a better choice. Also the neckline and the necklace look way too busy together.
    Nice bag though, shame it’s no longer available!

  • This color combination is awesome! I like it a lot.

  • I am travelling in Vietnam right now and I just saw this colour combination on a government official. It looked amazing! So glad you put these colours together and I can’t wait to try it myself!

  • A

    I love this outfit! I am a big fan of bright colors together.

  • I’m a big fan of “alternate primaries” – combinations of variations on red/yellow/blue – I loved when you did it with the long dress, and it’s great here too.

  • I saw this on the Arc’s facebook page a few days ago and I loved the bright color combo!

  • I love these two colors together!! I’m a huge fan of that mustard color but I shy away from blues, preferring to wear earth tones. Yet, you have given me the courage to be a little more bold with my mustards. Now, I just have to go out and find something that color of blue, heh.