A sucker for bold brights I never thought a pastel color could have the same effect yet there is something about this tone-on-tone look that is similarly energetic and refreshing. I suppose that's why it's a choice color for hospitals and OR scrubs. O, R they? (Rushmore quotes anyone?). I'm sure the image of hospitals and scrubs are not the kind of thoughts Alexandre Herchcovitch, Badgley Mischka, or Christopher Kane were trying to envoke for Spring 2011 even though I have to say that a certain Prada's menswear look comes awfully close. No worries my male counterparts, everyone loves a well dressed nurse! So instead of bad hospital memories let your mind traipses elsewhere and consider this color for your spring wardrobe. I think with my stomach so you know what I'll be thinking about....
I thrifted this V-Neck knit mint green top at Goodwill this weekend. It was actually a part of a set, skirt and top. I'm regretting not picking up the skirt so hopefully no one reads this post before I get back to the store! *crossing fingers* It's such an unflattering boxy top that I think my only resolution is to turn it into a crop top and pair it with crisp white high-waisted trousers and neutral heels.
YOUR THOUGHTS DEAR READERS?
|Style.Spot.Run x Alexander Wang Spring 2011|
|Badgley Mischka Spring 2011|
|Alexandre Herchcovitch Spring 2011|
|Christopher Kane Spring 2011|
Male Nurse Action Figure x Prada Mens Spring 2011