WIW: odd colors

Decided to try a new color combo this morning.  I thought until I looked at these pics that the sweater was long enough to hide the belt (with a faux-tuck).  I guess not - to my eye, this doesn't work all that well because of the short top.

But I think I like the color combo (coral and burgundy).  

What do you think?

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13 Comments

  • replied 3 years ago

    Great colour combo!

  • Caro in Oz replied 3 years ago

    Love the colours & the booties - not sure of the proportions, hard to tell with the camera angle. 

  • deb replied 3 years ago

    Beautiful color combo!

  • JAileen replied 3 years ago

    It reminded me of the dress Amy Adams wore to the Golden Globes Awards earlier this year.

  • Tina replied 3 years ago

    I really like this combo- it works. The outfit looks great!

  • columbine replied 3 years ago

    It's a color combo I'd never think of but looks great!

  • Angie replied 3 years ago

    I love the colours. Orchid looks fab with burgundy too. 

    The length of the jumper is fine. Try readjusting the cowl so that it's more vertical. That might do the trick. xo

  • Sarah A replied 3 years ago

    I really like the colors. And I think Angie's idea for repositioning the neck with give you a really long line.

  • catgirl replied 3 years ago

    I like the color combo! Not sure of the neckline on the sweater - maybe it's the photo angle?

  • catgirl replied 3 years ago

    I pinned this look from Angie. Check the colors!

  • El Cee replied 3 years ago

    I love this color combo on you. You look stunning!

  • Beth Ann replied 3 years ago

    Yummy!  I think the sweater is fine, just looks more like a loose tuck.  I like Angie's idea of adjusting the cowl.

  • amiable replied 3 years ago

    Ooh - Una, that's perfection with the olive mixed in.  I was missing a cool color in the mix, and knew it, but couldn't figure out how to get it in there without losing simplicity.

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