WHEN NAVY MEETS WHITE

WHEN NAVY MEETS WHITE

July 10, 2016

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Like everything else in the world, Style has its own rules. To dress stylishly, you need to understand these rules, practice them, excel and then perhaps break them. 

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From now on, I will start to share some of rules I learned over the years on my blog. Hopefully it could benefit you one way or another. Before I start, I have to emphasize there is always exceptions to rules. If a rule applies to 80% of occasions then we can call it a rule. (The 80/20 rule). 

  • Rule No.1: Loose tunic/top usually goes better with something close ended  such as pencil skirt or skinny jean. The key is the end of the bottom piece needs to be tight fit. What I wear in today’s look follows this rule: silk loose swing tunic with pencil skirt like skirt.

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I picked this white pencil skirt to go with the silk tunic for two reasons:

  1. is to follow the rule No.1 I shared above;
  2. is because the tunic has white embroidery on it so white skirt is like color extension from the top. 

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Same reason I picked white shell silver earring and white pearl necklace to keep the navy and white color theme. 

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Guest appearance Bei Li, my dear friend from San Fransisco.  

Outfit Details

Club monaco slik swing tunic {Similar here }, White house Black market cotton pencil skirt {Similar here }, Cartier Amulette necklace, Silver earring (boutique item), Bulgari Serpenti ring,  Adornmonde bracelet , Donald J Pliner sandal {Similar here }, Chloe small GALA Bucket bag 

Photo shoot location: Vera Katz Easide Esplanade Park 
Photographer: Allen Cao

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