Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Capsule wardrobe of navy,greens, & rust, based on Hermes Fleurs de Lotus

Please note that the scarf photograph was provided by ebay seller The Snob (and she's anything BUT a snob!).  The scarf is still available for purchase here.  Thanks again, Snob!


Navy suit separates – Stella McCartney, cardigan – American Vintage, Navy blouse – Stella McCartney, tank – Topshop, jeans – Place des Tendances,  scarf - Hermes
 

Blouse – Chloe, navy sweater – Acne, rust trench – Aquascutum, Navy dress – Topshop, pants – Etro, skirt – Yves Saint Laurent, coat – Stella McCartney, peacoat – A.P.C.

Navy cardigan – L.K. Bennett, print blouseMarni, green sweater – Gucci, russet dress – Viktor & Rolf, striped top – Rag & Bone, teal skirt - Topshop, ivory sweater – Ralph Lauren, flowered top – Vanessa Bruno


Green onyx ring – Wendy Mink, tourmaline earrings – Ylang23, green satchel bag – Oasis, green bangle bracelet – Miss Selfridge, rust & navy bracelets – Marc by Marc Jacobs, navy button earrings – Yochi, rust stud earrings – Doroty Perkins, blue enamel necklace – Kenneth Jay Lane, pearl stud earrings – Monsoon, rust clutch – Giuseppe Zanotti, sunglasses – Toms, multi-pearl necklace – Lord & Taylor, rust flower corsage – Dorothy Perkins, beaded knot necklace – Dorothy Perkins, floral scarf – Pieces, cashmere scarf – Artemis Wragge, watch – Bulova, flats – Bottega Veneta, rust suede pumps – Gucci, 2-tone sneakers – Keds, tassel loafers – Rupert Sanderson, Mary Janes – Rupert Sanderson, boots – Jil Sander

3 comments:

  1. Wow. Another winner. I looked at the scarf and thought, pretty. But with the full wardrobe and accessories--gorgeous.

    When I look at your wardrobes I feel like I fall in and get lost--in a good way. So much to learn and enjoy.

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  2. Dear Vivienne,
    Thank you so much for such an array of lovely solutions to my problem of how to wear this scarf. As usual, you're helping me be more creative about my wardrobe. I'm glad you chose navy, since I've been reluctant to move beyond black. Anonymous is right -- this is a wardrobe to fall in and get lost, in a good way. Thank you!
    And good luck with your shopping fast. I'm looking forward to seeing the results.

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  3. Lovely!

    I recently found a 1950s Hermes scarf *at a thrift store* for $4. What. A. Find. I love what you've done here. Mine is the "Mineraux" design in white, and it has so many colors I could very easily build a wardrobe around it.

    Fun, creative post!

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