As a thematic dresser, I will be wearing red, white, and blue this Memorial Day.
RED: A red leather jacket seems a bit extravagant, but I had my eye on this one by Bally for months. I waited patiently for it to go on sale, and when it went to 50% off, I snagged it! I feel comfortable in color, so it was easy for me to slip this one on. I added a bit more red on the bottom with the addition of the Gianvito Rossi red pumps.
WHITE: Since May and June in Los Angeles are typically the gloomier and chillier of the spring months, it is customary to layer; you peel off the clothes throughout the day and put them all back on in the evening. I layered this white camisole under this wonderful blue and white print Peter Cohen blouse so that I could open it up and show some neckline. Blouses that do not have an open neckline tend to be very unflattering on me. When I was an acting student in Boston, my teacher told me to always expose my décolletage because it was most flattering. I have heeded that advice ever since. My white handbag by Maison Margiela is the white accent here.
BLUE: There is nothing that says blue better than a pair of jeans, and my go-to for years has been Rag and Bone. I don’t know what it is, but they flatter the leg in both an elongating and shape-hugging way. They are my favorites.
Wishing everyone a safe and relaxing Memorial Day weekend!
Bally Red Leather Jacket, Peter Cohen Top, Rag and Bone Jeans, Gianvito Rossi Shoes, Chanel Bracelet, Oliver Peoples Sunglasses, John Hardy Wrap Bracelet Worn as a Necklace.