June 7, 2013

Appareled Abode - A Touch Of Leopard

Happy Friday!  Phew, it's almost the weekend!  What a crazy busy week it has been! I must say I do like being busy but I don't think there is one night this week I stopped working before midnight. I am not one to sleep much anyway but I am definitely going to try to sleep in a little at some point this weekend. By sleep in I mean 8:00am. It's supposed to rain here in Boston and that's the best time to snuggle up in bed so I am secretly hoping we do get a little rain.

One of the projects I will be working on this weekend is based on a very neutral decor. My client's love browns and creams with gold accents (I must say I love that combo too, duh!) I love when I have clients that know exactly what they want. It makes it fun because they really can get involved in the process.  I am using their color palette as inspiration to create my Appareled Abode segment for this week.

I created the outfit based on something I would wear out with the girls, to dinner with my husband and even to a client meeting. It's very versatile. I do take my chances with white pants every single time I wear them but hey, that's what bleach is for! Just keep the red wine away! I am seriously a magnet for stains. No joke.


Apparel



Abode


I am loving this neutral color combo. I picture it in a room with lots of windows and natural light with linen panels and espresso hardwood floors. (I adore the little bulldog statue).



Apparel: Top | Jeans | Shoes | Bag | Bracelet | Earrings | Rings | Necklace | Sunglasses | Belt



See, neutrals don't have to be blah and boring when it comes to decor & fashion. When in doubt just add a pop of color with fresh flowers or a bright lipstick :)

Enjoy your weekend everyone! Get inspired and Design Your Life!

XO,



6 comments:

  1. I would love to hire you to give my city apartment a makeover. I know what I like but do not know how to implement it. That leopard rug is divine!

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  2. Oh my I would love to live in that living room you pulled together. Nice. Great blog, following via Bloglovin.

    Ali of

    Dressing Ken

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    1. Thanks Ali! I appreciate the follow! I followed you as well :)

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  3. Leopard flats are one of my favorite accessories. I love the decor look you came up with. The rug really pulls it all together.
    Tara
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    1. Tara, I couldn't agree more, I love me some leopard flats!
      Thanks you so much xo

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