Thursday, January 31, 2013

Packing Peaches

Staying with the accessory theme of the week, this gorgeous necklace from Maiyet.
Ed. Note: Dashing off to Paris, leaving my wonderful -- and wonderfully talented -- friend Janice of The Vivienne Files to fill in for me today.

I love the way she makes dressing, no matter what the color base, so intelligently easy.

A demain mes chers.
Hermès Lotus silk scarf, floral shawl – Stella McCartney
Tee shirt - Hugo, cardigan – Marc Jacobs, rhodonite earrings – Tiffany, watch – Phillip Stein, pants – Marc Jacobs, loafers – Tod’s, tote bag – Gucci, suitcase - Tumi

Gold & horn necklace - Maiyet, dress – Diane von Furstenberg, drop earrings – Nikki Baker, stud earrings – YooLa, taupe suede wedges – Debenhams, sweater - Vince, knit skirt – Raquel Allegra, cardigan – Tsumori Chisato, gold necklace – Blue Nile, , blouse – Stella McCartney,  tee shirt – T by Alexander Wang,  bracelet – Alexis Bittar, ballet flats – Repetto






15 comments:

Pam @ over50feeling40 said...

I love peach with soft gray....so chic! Tish, I am wearing a bracelet on the same arm as my watch today...inspired by you!

Gail said...


Janice, how beautiful!

vicki archer said...

The Lotus silk scarf is heavenly... I hope Paris behaved...:) xv

hostess of the humble bungalow said...

Peach is such a versatile shade. It makes me yearn for Spring. Have a great time in Paris Tish!
What necklaces did you choose to mix together?

BigLittleWolf said...

The pinks are so uplifting with the grey neutrals, especially during these drab, dragging months of winter.

Lovely!

Karen Albert said...

Tish.
This palette is so flattering and the peachy-pink brightens up the face with the scarves. Love keeping the shoes neutral for the most part, although I love the pink Tod's!

Love and hugs,
Karena

Art by Karena

mette said...

These outfit collections now featured for a long time, give nice separate ideas.

I wonder who´d be able to buy the whole set, as there are very expensive brands included.

However, on a critical mood today - I just wonder how on earth are Repetto´s placed here? I know that the label is famous, but the ballet flats look really uncomfortable for wearing and besides they are ugly.
But I guess we all know why they are always along -
at least there is something affordable for an average woman to buy.

knitpurl said...

The gray wedges look super comfortable. Other than the items containing pink (and, of course, gray), not a color palette for me. I agree on how soft and pretty everything looks during winter. Hope Paris was profitable and fun, xo,C.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Divine colour palette!
xo

Worthington said...

I love these outfits - perfect for travel or for a work week! Thank you for sharing. The color combo is so lovely.

Eleanor said...

While this color palette might not work for everyone, it's clear that one can pack a minimal number of items for a week's stay in Paris or anywhere!

Anonymous said...

Most delicious!!

Both you and Tish are filling a major gap in women's fashion lives.
I have not bought a fashion magazine in years-could not RELATE to any thing there.

Thank you and please continue!!!

Irene
Sydney

Anonymous said...

Most delicious!!

Both you and Tish are filling a major gap in women's fashion lives.
I have not bought a fashion magazine in years-could not RELATE to any thing there.

Thank you and please continue!!!

Irene
Sydney

Jennifer said...

Peach has always been my favorite color. I love all the outfits and those shoes!
Jennifer

Kelly C said...

This blog is so fabulous. Loving all your collections, neutrals are so timeless. Looking forward to your next post!

Also, I actually just recently started my own blog devoted to fashion, pabulum and travel! It'd mean a lot if you could check it out and let me know what you think. It's at http://the3commandments.blogspot.com

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