Citron & Burgundy!

Happy New Month and Cheers to the weekend my wonderful readers!
Outfit Details
Sweater: Forever 21 (HERE)
Pants: H&M (similar HERE)
Clutch: Ross (old)
Necklace: Glint & Gleam via Shoplately
Sandals: Jessica Simpson "Dany" (sold out, but currently craving the newer version HERE)
I hope everyone is doing great! To my East Coat readers, I hope you all are recovering or fully recovered from Hurricane Sandy. I did not realized how devastating the whole occurrence was until after seeing news with photos of the devastation in New York and New Jersey. Even some people died as a result of this. I just Thank God for protecting me and my family and of course you all. I pray that those people affected will get through this by the grace of God.
On to my outfit, I added touches of animal print with the necklace and sandals.
This is probably one of the last times I will be wearing sandals till next Spring...lol
Most of y'all know that Burgundy (or Oxblood) is the new black for this Fall/Winter season. The color is so versatile and it can be styled with many pieces in your closet. The last time I wore this Burgundy pants HERE, I paired it with a striped top and a pair of flats.
This time around, I decided to color-block with the color and combined the color Citron. I love how the colors turned out together. I believe this is a chic way to wear bright colors in the fall.
 What do you all think?
I hope you all like this outfit...:) Thanks for visiting my blog and HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!
xoxo
Raliat
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4 comments

  1. Great look! Love the whole ensemble. You're def right, oxblood is the new black and I'm love with that color. Hot shoes and accessories...great paring!

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  2. Love this look, and the color blocking with the bright citrus sweater. Burgundy is certainly the new black too, as you said, it's so versatile! I'm also praying for the families affected by Hurricane Sandy. I live in Ireland but photos online seem like a lot of damage was done. On a brighter not though, Great post!

    Hannah xo
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  3. Chic, for sure! I Like the colors. I also like the touch of animal print...I won't mind that necklace though ;)

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  4. That's a very nice combination, I like the colors you used! Your shoes are amazing as well!

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