Contemporary Lady

I ought to admit this is definitely another ‘one of those favorite outfit posts,’ courtesy of my lovely friend Elizabeth– who I had the pleasure to spend time with today! Regarding the outfit, there’s nothing more contemporary than wearing solid red kicks and geometric prints! Thus, whenever I get a chance, I’m ecstatic to sport them together, of course with some ladylike glamour! My popping red booties from Zara definitely rendered a few compliments along the sidewalks and within the hallways of Harvard. Instead of remaining neutral for the entire ensemble, I chose to forego amping up these vibrant kicks with a red and mustard geometric print skirt from Anthropologie, which ended-up preserving a contemporary aesthetic. To avoid blinding you, the rest of the look remained neutral with voluminous textures and sophisticated embellishments. The timeless elements in this look include my black floral lace long sleeve Dolce & Gabbana shirt, faux fur Danier scarf, and fur collar Burberry trench, as seen in the previous blog post. Here, I’d like to apologize for flaunting the same coat in two consecutive posts! Yet, again, wearing this garment with a completely different outfit showcases its versatility. But back to this motif, the bling came in a palette of solid gold with a chain link jewel embellished necklace, Chanel pearl earrings, along with my golden-studded Rebecca Minkoff bag!

All photography by Elizabeth Landers

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jacket: Burberry, skirt: Anthropologie, shirt: Dolce & Gabbana, booties: Zara, scarf: Danier, earrings: Chanel, necklace: misc, bag: Rebecca Minkoff, shades: Fendi.
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