It's true, Seattle has a lot of gray days, or grey if you fancy. And although it's gray, it's still quite bright. I like to think of it as cozy, a light blanket tucking us in.
Most of the time I'm ok with this.
So no wonder Seattle tends to lean towards cooler tones. Someone said today that Seattle has a distinct palette - lots of greens and blues and gray, and chambray.
I spotted this chambray romper on the sale rack. It's not my typical romper, a bit of a longer hemline, but I fell for the more sophisticated pleats and the deep v-neck. I thought it would be great for daywear with a white tee underneath and booties for fall, or a tank and sandals while the warmer weather is around. or supposedly around.
A fashion pearl I heard today was that you should imagine three different ways you can style an item when pondering a purchase. I like that. Everyone loves flexibility and versatility right?
For this look tonight, I wore my favorite bra underneath, I love the print and I felt like it gave some sass to the outfit without being overly sexy. And of course lace-up sandals that I can't seem to stop wearing. My favorite way to wear my boyfriend blazer is with the sleeves rolled way up, see it also here. Effortless yet chic? I like to think so.
romper - Zara. no longer avail.
bra - Free People, Nordstrom.
belt - Anthropologie, old.
lariat necklace - Lucia K. Jewelry
zodiac sign necklace - Queen Anne Frame.
shoes - Dolce Vita c/o. also here.
sunglasses - Tory Burch, Nordstrom.