A pretty way to wear brights during warmer weather is to add a single pop of bright color to an otherwise all white outfit like Judy Greer has done.
Below is Judy Greer in white with pink bag
On Looklet model Marlene:
Blouse - One Teaspoon
Necklace - Lanvin for H&M
Skirt - Noir&Blanc
Wedges - Elie Saab
This is an outfit that can be worn on a dress down Friday at work. Instead of using a simple shirt, I used a more interesting blouse to add a little formal look in it. Having chosen a "hi-lo" style with a ruffled neckline added a more feminine touch, especially when air moves around it or even just simply by the movement of the person wearing it. It also gives a more dramatic "presentation" to the skirt. I couldn't let the skirt's style go to waste! As you can see, I've highlighted it for the viewers.
With choosing to go all white, it is not necessary that you wear white for footwear as well. A neutral shade of footwear is what I picked to kind of break the "whiteness" but not clash with it nor grab more attention, and its casual look went very well with the rest of the outfit. Why didn't I choose a pair white wedges? I might have as well made Marlene wear white rain boots if she wasn't going for a 90s look ;-)
And of course, the popping bright color that we used is with the jewelry. For a change, I chose a popping bright pink necklace (attachable by a ribbon) to maintain the "girlyness" and youthful image. Luckily it was larger than expected because this was the perfect size that I had in mind for Marlene. For more pieces like this, check out EXTREME FINDS!