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Colorful Spring Elegance

Colorful Elegance Blog Post Modnitsa Styling

I’m a huge fan of color, and consider myself a color enthusiast when it comes to my Wardrobe Styling work – encouraging my clients to add colors within their unique Color Seasons into their wardrobes, replacing black whenever possible.

One of my favorite color combos is pink & blue. It’s soft & feminine, yet quirky & fun. For this outfit, I mixed various shades of bright pink, which lives in my Color Season as I’m a Spring. Curious which color Season you are? Find out by booking my Color Analysis Session!

Another Styling trick I teach my clients to help put together outfits that are polished is the concept of “linking” – where you coordinate at least 2 items in your look, whether through color, details or other “linking elements” to make the outfit appear purposeful. Matchy-matchy is one way to do it, but can feel dated & sometimes predictable/boring, so I like to find more subtle ways to include similarities – like choosing various shades of the same color, that are in the same color family. The key is not to deviate outside the HUE (family of color) so that the colors look like a continuation of each other & not a mistake when combined.

I also like to find other details that complement each other – so that when someone’s eye takes in the look, it connects all the elements & helps your outfit tell a story.

In my outfit in today’s post, the zippers on the jacket & the hardware on the handbag serve as those “linking” elements.

How do you like to experiment with style details & colors when you get dressed up? Would love to hear in the comments below!

If you’re interested in learning more about how to put together elegant, cohesive and creative outfits that tell a story, please don’t hesitate to reach and schedule a Personal Styling Session with me!

xo,

Dina - Image Consultant, Wardrobe Editor, Personal Shopper of Modnitsa Styling

Colorful Spring Elegance Blog Post Modnitsa Styling
Colorful Elegance Blog Post Modnitsa Styling
Colorful Elegance Blog Post Modnitsa Styling

Clothes sited for this outfit:

Paper Crown Bluefield Midi Skirt from Anthropologie (sold out, but I’ve included some great similar options), V-Neck Cotton Tee from J.Crew, Feather Earrings from Gas Bijoux (sold out, similar style included), Rebecca Taylor Leather Jacket (similar styles included).

Accessories: patent leather jumbo Chanel bag, Sam Edelman Block Heeled Sandals (linked below), RayBan sunglasses (linked below).

10 Comments
  • April 24, 2017

    Lovely and thank you for the styling tip, am so keeping it in mind for all my ensembles, I love a polished look!

  • April 24, 2017

    I love these pics and colors! I tend to wear neutrals most of the time. This inspires me to branch out!!!

  • April 24, 2017

    OHH I love this look! I am all about color too! I find so many women like color but are afraid to experiment at the risk of “messing up”. You look fantastic!

  • May 13, 2017

    love this colorful outfit, so pretty and perfect for Spring!
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  • May 13, 2017

    This look is so fun and colorful!! Love all the pinks and blues

    XO, Cara
    http://www.neverskipbrunchblog.com

  • May 13, 2017

    Such a cute look! I love the heels!

  • May 14, 2017

    Such a beautiful outfit! Love the colors! So bright and colorful, love it. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Linda
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  • May 15, 2017

    I am loving all the bright colors and fun prints that are in this season. This skirt is gorgeous and I love how you styled it. I have had bright fushcia heels on my spring wish list, and thanks to this post I think i have found them

  • May 15, 2017

    C O L O R F U L is super great on you! looking so fresh and beautiful.

    โ™กCourtney Bentley ||http://www.starsystemz.com

  • May 16, 2017

    Lovely! I also find elements to link my outfit. I also like your suggestion of choosing different shades in the same color family. Right now I’m a big fan of the monochromatic look!

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