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Life of Colleen: End of a dubious summer

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End of a dubious summer
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Wednesday, September 15, 2010 at 10:38 PM (Pacific)


Top: J.Crew Tissue turtleneck (navy blue)
Cardigan: J.Jill kimono sleeve (I have another one in taupe)
Scarf: gift from husband
Skirt: Velvet by Graham and Spencer (worn here)
Navy blue stockings
Shoes: Cole Haan

The scarf is black (not navy) and grey, and reverses to the same pattern only with black squares in a grey grid. I suppose it all looks rather coordinated, but this outfit was assembled quickly, as follows:
  1. I'd thought it might be chilly, hence the turtleneck (the navy one was the only clean one at hand), sweater (cotton with a teensy amount of cashmere), and longer skirt.

  2. I'd really wanted to wear the navy blue stockings with something. These are surprisingly versatile.

  3. Figured the scarf would add a bit of warmth, so went with that instead of a necklace.

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