Color Palette – Fashion Inspired

The prompt for the third day in Brandi‘s color palette blog walk is to create a fashion-inspired palette, showing colors that inspired you.

I buy almost all of my clothes from my all-time favorite store The Buckle. The truth is, when I walk into that store, at least half of the sales associates yell out my name in greeting. (ahem) Since we are transitioning from summer to fall in my part of the world, I thought it would be fun to show some colors I’m excited to wear as I reach for jeans, long sleeved shirts, and cardigans.

I think I might be into burgundy (or berry) this fall, so I picked this outfit for my first color palette inspiration. In fact, I adore this outfit so much that after playing with this color palette, now I want it! (sshh, don’t tell Dave!) Well, maybe I’ll just take a closer look at the cardigan.

I’m having much more fun matching the colors in these outfits than the previous day’s photos, so how about a second outfit to try. The denim shades were actually fun to try to match.

If you come up with your own palette, be sure to share it with other participants on Brandi’s blog. Tomorrow’s theme is inspiration from art materials, such as fabric, beads, paper, art supplies, or a work of art. I do have a few of those lying around the house, so I hope to come up with something.

6 thoughts on “Color Palette – Fashion Inspired

  1. Well…. I’m not sure which of those two outfits is my favourite so perhaps you should treat yourself to both!! Berry is such a lovely colour and you are right – that Cardigan is a must have – but so too is the hat on the second picture (not worn together) but it goes perfectly with the second outfit – see.. Ya need BOTH lol.

    It was a fun palette this one – I love your choices.

  2. Such perfect palettes for you to wear! Remember how much fun it was to get new outfits for school when we were growing? Well, I believe you did some shrinking this past year, so that seems worthy of new clothes, too!

  3. Now THIS is one I can get into 🙂 I may not know much about palates but I do know a thing or two about clothes! Precious flats in the second picture!

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