Oops, I did it again❗️. Remember that red vinyl jumpsuit that Brit wore in this video? Classic Spears. The day she shaved her head in a paparazzi meltdown will forever live in infamy. I was at my sister in law's house in Montreal, reading the headlines about poor Brittany. We once attended the sold out show at MSG when Brit was at the top of her game. Now this. I called my sister in law and said, I think you need to sit down...
Red though♨️. This power color continues to ketchup to me🍅😉 (that was a cute bun. I mean pun). This outfit is not only two separate pieces from two different designers, but I got them both at Century 21. My most observant readers 🕵🏻 will notice that the pants are from the Wonder Woman concept I wore at Fashion Week. They're huge scale palazzo pants with a slit. The effect is like a long skirt. The pants are Jazmin Chebar. The Antonio Berardi top was the absolute perfectly matched shade of red. Fashion magic when this happens. Not only does this look like it is one designer, but it looks like a gown. A streamlined, beautifully detailed gown with a feminine neck and chill pockets. The rich red is so strong, which lessens the ladylike effect. I like that 💄👠.
I'm totes a girl, but I like clothing with strength. The high neck was a great chance for the high pony. I've never paired red with light blue, but this vintage Diane Von Furstenberg cuff worked so well. Its scale, chunky texture, and bold hue keep up in the 💪🏼department. The blue brings a lovely freshness. No wimpy accessories here! I loved the unexpected colors together. Strength is a good theme, right? Put that in your pipe and smoke it🚬. Don't really smoke; it's bad for you‼️. But do think about monochrome. One color head to toe makes you one hot crayon. Be the one in the box they reach for first. Nothing like a Crayola analogy to brighten your day🖍📕.
Reddy Like Freddy, Lady in Red 💌