Be Light And Bright

When it’s dreary and miserably cold outside (or just dreary, as is the case here in Houston), I like to perk up my day with a few bright pops of color. Here, ladies and gents, is your Color 101 for Spring 2010.

4 snap envelope lizard orange sr-squared

SR Squared by Sondra Roberts 4-Snap Envelope in Orange Lizard, $20

I love this multi-snap clutch because it can be used for so many things: travel documents when on vacation, keeping your phone, wallet, and lipstick separate but readily accessible…genius! And only twenty bucks!

SR Squared by Sondra Roberts Raffia Clutch

SR Squared by Sondra Roberts Raffia Clutch in Patent Croc Trim, $35

Another amazingly inexpensive creation from my new favorite sustainable (as in, keeps my budget sustainable) designer of the moment, Sondra Roberts. SR Squared is her more casual (inexpensive) line.

Lulu's Sweet & Savory Handbag, $24

This gorgeous handbag will go with everything–since it contains all the colors under the sun. Speaking of the sun, you’ll be radiant with this bag on your arm, and I guarantee you’d have more than one jealous chica ask you where you got it. Can you believe it’s only $24? Sheesh. I have to pick myself up one like pronto!

New Wave Tunic by Collective Concepts, $50

This is gorgeous, and in my mind, perfect for that subtle transition to spring. It pairs the colors of winter with some slightly bolder shades of color. I would pair this with black tights or leggings and some buttery calf slouch boots.

Baxley Romper by Ever

Baxley Romper by Ever, $275

This gorgeous romper by Ever is in a soft muted emerald and drapes well in silk crepe. I’d never heard of this designer before but I’m loving it! A little pricey, but I imagine this would hold up well. What do you think? Are you into rompers?

  • http://www.cinnamonandsass.com Katie

    LOVE that orange wallet! Orange is my favorite color but sometimes hard to work into my wardrobe :)

    • http://prettyshinysparkly.com Kristina

      Isn’t it totally fab? Loving your blog by the way!

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