During the fall season my favorite colors are browns and burgundies. Most fashion pieces that have graduated into my closet this fall needed to have at least one of these colors in it. Today's post is about an extremely rich color. Its vibrant and chic-nature are their most fashionable characteristics. I am talking about the color red-wine which originates from the burgundy family.
One thing I have learned over the years when shopping for new jewelry pieces, is to make sure that each new piece can be easily matched-up with at least one piece from my current collection. This way I am mindful about my budget and the size of my collection.
At the time of the purchase of this bracelet, I had remembered that my mother's hand-me-down pair of vintage, jewelry ruby earrings would be a perfect match for the bracelet.
My style tips:
1. When mixing varying shades of red, this can help make the outfit become very chic.
2. Not being afraid to mix fashion jewelry with real jewelry.
|Above, I am wearing my recently purchased bracelet and the hand-me-down ruby earrings.|
|The rich, red stones on this bracelet combined with the gold coloring brings out the burgundy color of the sweater (H&M) beautifully.|
On my nails I am wearing China Glaze in the color Fifth Avenue. I wrapped a orange-red silk scarf around my hair. This is an example of how I love to mix different shades of reds.
|This cardigan is from H&M 2015 fall collection.|
|Today I am carrying my fall crossover-purse. This purse I scored at 75%-off original price at a store that closed down this summer.|
|Notice how the strap of the purse is slightly darker in color than the cardigan. This is a perfect example of how I love to mix different shades of red.|
|Loving my gold and burgundy colored accessories this fall :)|