cute & little | Dallas Fashion Blog: Color Brigade Link-Up // Safari Neutrals

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Color Brigade Link-Up // Safari Neutrals

cute & little blog | petite fashion | neutral safari earth tones outfit | army green shirt, mustard pencil skirt, pink bow belt, lily wang statement necklace

cute & little blog | petite fashion | neutral safari earth tones outfit | army green shirt, mustard pencil skirt, pink bow belt, lily wang statement necklace


cute & little blog | petite fashion | neutral safari earth tones outfit | army green shirt, mustard pencil skirt, pink bow belt, lily wang statement necklace

cute & little blog | petite fashion | neutral safari earth tones outfit | army green shirt, mustard pencil skirt, pink bow belt, lily wang statement necklace

cute & little blog | petite fashion | neutral safari earth tones outfit | army green shirt, mustard pencil skirt, pink bow belt, lily wang statement necklace

Jacket: MNG By Mango (old) (similar, similar)
Top: Forever 21 (similarsimilar, similarsimilar)
Bottom: J.Crew No. 2 Pencil Skirt (current colors, similar, similar)
Belt: Forever 21 (buy, similar)
Shoes: Forever 21 (old) (love these in hunter green!)
Bag: Ann Taylor 'Gallery' Tote (buy, similar)
Watch: Michael Kors 'Lexington' MK5556 (buy, similar)
Bracelets: Gold Multitextured Bangles ℅ Dainty Wrist Jewelry (buy)
Necklace: Lily Wang 'Spring Bouquet' via ShopLately (buy)

Dylan and I took a walk this afternoon when I got home from work and I was amazed at how suddenly we had spent almost an hour walking around the block, holding hands, and actually having a conversation.  A conversation with my little 21-month old!  Albeit a good majority of Dylan's "talking" actually involved him using baby sign language, but for the first time there seemed to be a continuous back-and-forth between us instead of just him pointing out random things here and there.  Our nanny took him to the Dallas Arboretum yesterday where they have a Tiny Tot Tuesday program.  Dylan told me about how he played with his friend who had a red ball.  When I asked how he liked his first face-painting experience, he told me about how the man who painted him wore a hat and how he got a puppy drawn on his face but also really liked the tiger option too.  It's amazing to have a little friend to talk to now.  I feel like we've hit another milestone!  This is probably my favorite of them all.  :)

I was rummaging through my closet the other day looking for pieces that I hadn't worn in awhile and came up with this army green shirt.  With its military-inspired cut and color, it can naturally be a bit more on the masculine side, but when paired with a pencil skirt, a statement necklace, and a little pink bow belt, it's nothing but feminine.  The colors ended up being a bit safari inspired but since spring is all about getting outdoors, it seemed fitting nonetheless!

For this week's Color Brigade link-up, the lovely Rathana from FabFashionaire is co-hosting with me!  Rathana dreams about spreading her passion for styling all over the world and lovesdesigning pretty little things for digital content.

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Please join the link up and add your favorite outfit featuring a particular color or combination of colors that you loved!  All I ask is that you include a link back to this post.  And if you're interested in co-hosting this link-up with me, just let me know in the comments or via email.  Thanks so much and I can't wait to see what you all link up with!

cute and little fashion blog Color Brigade

* Linking up to The Pleated Poppy, Because Shanna Said So

kileen

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18 comments:

Rathana @FabFashionaire.com said... [Reply]

Safari inspired looks are amazing and these colors look so pretty on you! ♥ Aww that truly is a milestone, you should make a video while he's talking to you! :)
Rathana xoxo

mark a. said... [Reply]

you look amazing! love this outfit! it is matched and color coordinated very well!

Frannie Pantz said... [Reply]

It is SO COOL when these moments come by. I had a moment like that the first time I heard my daughter reading too. And the first time I realized that my younger son was actually doing math. And a similar experience with my oldest son when we were talking! So special. I love the mustard pencil skirt!

Kileen said... [Reply]

oh my goodness, so many more good moments to come! parenting is really something. :)

Kileen said... [Reply]

thanks Rathana! and I actually speak just Chinese to Dylan so a video might be hard to understand for a lot of people. I might still do it anyways and just add some captions. Thanks for the idea! :)

Megan Star said... [Reply]

So clean and sophisticated! I love it!
Megan Star | Beauty Brawler

John Marine said... [Reply]

Yay! Old school "cute and little" with the Color Brigade material! This is a sweet outfit you've put together- perhaps even candy sweet. In fact, the blouse is sweet with its chocolate brown color, that stylish skirt is like a nice caramel color, and the vanilla coat is also sweet. So... sweet outfit, Kileen! :) Oh, and nice pumps and handbag.

johnbmarine.blogspot.com

Kileen said... [Reply]

thanks John! It's fun to bring back the old school linkup. :)

Jessica Wears Pearls said... [Reply]

Ah! That skirt! I have had nightmares about being stuck in that color skirt! But let me just tell you, I have never seen anyone pull it off better! You knew how to style it great and it honestly looks amazing with your skin tone. You look great! And I love reading your fun little stories about Dylan! He seems little a wonderful kid :)

jodi said... [Reply]

Fantastic look! I love every part of it!

Kileen said... [Reply]

omg, your nightmares! this mustard skirt is one of my faves and it's funny to think how much I debated buying it in the first place.

and Dylan really is such a joy. sure he's had his tantrums but we're working on managing them better and he's really growing into such an awesome little boy!

Natalie Ast said... [Reply]

omg this look is so darling! very office appropriate and chic xo, natalie http://natalieast.com

Amanda said... [Reply]

Your outfits always look so well put together. Great color combination and fantastic pieces!

Miss Hot Couture said... [Reply]

Hi Kileen! Love the skirt and the belt! Also I think I did the Color Brigade linkup wrong. Sorry about that!

Kileen said... [Reply]

No problem! I just fixed up the thumbnail image. Thanks for linking up! :)

Miss Hot Couture said... [Reply]

Thanks very much Kileen! :)

Lady of Style said... [Reply]

Kileen, that's a beautiful look - love the curry skirt and the bow belt is extra cute!

Enjoy the wonderful time with your little son. My children are adults now and these steps you describe have been an amazing adventure. Every age is great (ok, some are more challenging *g*) and now we have these adult conversations which I enjoy so much. Great that you bring up Dylan bilingual!

Annette | Lady of Style

stylehonestly said... [Reply]

Love this outfit! You look so great in these colors!

Tiffany Ima
<a href="http://stylehonestly.com>Style Honestly </a>

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