Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Love at First Sight: Rose Gold + Navy Blue Stripes

Rhianna's Studio Rose Gold and Navy Blue Stripes Cognac Boots OOTD
Happy Tuesday Loves!
  I fell in love with rose gold at the first sight of a rose gold MK watch. I actually ended up buying one by Liz Claiborne. I chose the Liz Claiborne one over the MK because the LC watch had a large linked chain bracelet with diamond accents.  
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I don't know if you guys have had the same issue or if it was just me, but after purchasing my watch I had the hardest time finding a necklace and earrings to match I finally found a necklace like 7 months later at the Premium Outlets in Charlotte on a shopping trip with my Dad and when I went back a week later with my sister I picked up a pair of Rose Gold earrings! Yay! I have a full ensemble. I'm happy! But I'm sure this is the first of many Rose Gold earrings and necklaces I'll purchase. I may even pick up another watch. :-) 
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Rhianna's Studio OOTD Navy Blue stripes and Rose Gold
So as you know from my Moodboard Monday: Rose Gold & Navy Blue post yesterday, that I am obsessing over navy blue accented with rose gold. I wanted to put together an ensemble to show you how I style my navy blue latest additions to my closet with my new rose gold jewelry.
Rhianna's Studio Rose Gold and Navy Blue Stripes Cognac Boots OOTD
I kept it simple and subtle by pairing this look with my cognac cowgirl inspired knee boots I got from Dillards. They are Gianni Bini and were a Christmas gift from my hubby.

BTW: I'm currently working on a Navy blue and white striped full skirt in the studio.  I keep envisioning accenting my look with rose gold to give it that classy feel. I'll share that with you guys tomorrow!

Over sized Sweater: Express 
Knit Pants: Joe Fresh JcPenney 
Knee Boots: Dillards
Jewelry: Express Factory Outlet
Watch: Liz Claiborne 

 What do you think of Navy and Rose Gold together? 

Thank you for reading!

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