Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Navy, Bright Fuchsia, and White for Spring

I have numerous pairs of white pants and capris to wear this Spring. I love the look of crisp white in Spring and Summer, and this year I am particularly loving it paired with Bright Fuchsia and Navy. The outfit in this set is the J.Crew Bright Fuchsia Painter tee and Merona Pink/Navy scarf from Target. I happened to pull the J.Crew Everyday Chinos out of the back of my closet to show with them today. I also hope to purchase the White High Heel Flare Jeans which I also think would look very cute. :) I think I will remove the pockets of the Everyday Chinos and sew them shut so that they aren't *peeking* through, as you can see they do in the pic.

Navy, Bright Fuchsia, and White for Spring
Navy, Bright Fuchsia, and White for Spring - by FFM on Polyvore.com


6 comments:

  1. I love it!

    And you look so pretty in pink!

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  2. What a great outfit! Have you tried removing the pockets and sewing them shut before? I have hesitated on purchasing the chinos, especially the lighter weight ones because of the pocket issue. Do you do this yourself or do you take them to your tailor?

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  3. FabulousFloridaMommy- I wanted to say it a long time ago- what a gorgeous toned body you have! I can't believe you have 4 boys. You look so amazing. So fun see your pics, a real treat!

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  4. Thank you PBW and anon@9:21! :)

    Anon@9:21: I am removing the pockets myself...it's not too hard to do. Just follow the line of the pocket when you cut it out, and then either machine or hand stitch them shut. I am hand stitching mine. :) Let me know if you need more details.

    Slastena, you are so sweet! Thank you so much for the compliment...it has really made my day! :)

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  5. I love navy & white as a base, with a pop of a bright color, my favorites are bright pink and kelly green. That scarf is an absolute score!

    Also - I always cut the back pockets off any pants that have them, I just don't see the point. I use pinking shears to cut them off, and don't bother with a seam, as there's no chance for gaping. ITA on removing front pockets on white pants.

    kp9090

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  6. This is cute and I like the great accessory buys you get from Target...thanks for sharing your finds!!!

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