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posted by Colleen Shirazi on Thursday, July 8, 2010 at 10:38 PM (Pacific)


Cardigan: J.Crew Jackie in dark charcoal
Top: J.Crew boatneck painter tee in pale blossom
Skirt: Velvet by Graham and Spencer (the grey one in the middle of the three, not the blue-grey one on the model)
Dark grey stockings (not the ones pictured, but close)
Shoes: Cole Haan

The weather is still weirdly chilly, so this is another version of fall-ish colors in summery-weighted fabrics. The shirt is actually pink, like a ballet slipper. I don't have an image, but I made some pink and grey earrings a while back and wore them today as well (rose quartz, grey moonstone, silver chains).

Pink and grey is a combination one of our posters on the defunct Lipstick Page wrote about, years ago...along with many other cool ideas. She was Swedish, and it's tempting to believe she simply emerged from a hotbed o' Euro fashion savvy, but I don't think so. People, overall, are conservative, no matter what. She was special. (Okay, she was a software tester at the time, gotta appreciate that too.)

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