Dress: B_envied || Shoes: Fendi || Bag: Fendi || Bracelets: Versace & ABS

I just love the color in today’s outfit! Playing with complementary colors in your daily look is always an eye-catcher. I mixed greens,reds and corals for todays outfit. My mom bought me these amazing Fendi wedge like heels a while back for my birthday and I just can’t get enough of them. The geometric design and uniqueness is to die for. I paired it with a green Fendi tote to pull from the dark color in the shoes and to add a pop of color! The dress is a fun piece for the spring and summer because it’s just the right color and cut. I bought this dress from Century21 years ago and never really loved it because I wasn’t too fond of the collared neck, however when it was styled right I really fell in love with it. Every fashionista has to own a beautiful brooch in her closet (and if you don’t go buy one!) because it is a lifetime staple piece. Everyone wears dresses from day-to-day but I wanted to change the look by wearing a brooch on the collar (another reason I love the look so much more). The brooch is unexpected and adds a touch of sparkle. I didn’t want to over do the accessories so I stacked two gold bracelets and kept the look fairly simple.

Subtotaled Tip of the Day:

Do NOT be afraid to mix colors! Try wearing colors that complement one another, because it can make your outfit more interesting and bold.

Do NOT wear all of the same color! You don’t want to end up looking like you rolled in a puddle of paint.

Have fun with it! It’s ok if you don’t want to overload on color, start small and build from there…

xoxo Anisha

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