Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Chevron Chic

Even though I have been eagerly anticipating the start of spring, I've been squeezing out every last bit of layering and the elements of winter wear in my wardrobe.  I based this outfit primarily on the long sleeved top I got by Andy South, focusing on the geometric angular detail of the downward chevron created at the bottom, a signature element of the designer.  Being an avid fan of neutrals, I didn't draw too much contrast in this look, and kept the color palette in the range of the oatmeal color as well as the black.  To accentuate the chevron detail further, I wore a square scarf by Marc Jacobs with the point facing the bottom of the long sleeved top, which also helped to keep me warm on this particularly gusty day.  I found this outfit to be very comfy yet very chic for going about completing daily tasks, and I will definitely be busting it out again when the colder months approach.  All photos taken by Zeric Villanueva ... a couple more detail shots to come (that will be taken by me).  =]

Outfit Details: long sleeved oatmeal and black top with chevron detail by Andy South, black denim skinny jeans by Levi's, Shoes: Areas distressed black suede ankle boots by Jeffrey Campbell.  See other photos for accessory details. 

Black silk and cashmere blend square scarf with border detailing by Marc Jacobs, black and gunmetal aviator sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs, silver stainless steel armor ring by L'Mond, silver stainless steel mesh band watch by Skagen, Arena Giant leather bracelet with silver hardware in Latte by Balenciaga.

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