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Coral, White & Blue

April 17, 2012

By April 17, 2012Daisy Rae

 {Top: Daisy Rae; Jeans: Target; Shoes: Payless; Sunglasses: Target, Jewelry: Premier Designs; Clutch: Nine West

Unless it is the Fourth of July, I tend to avoid red, white & blue. But since this top is coral, I don’t mind adding a touch of blue.

I’m sure I’m not the only one who doesn’t like to wear colors associated with a holiday. i.e. red & green, black & orange. I also don’t like to wear green and yellow because those were our high school colors. Well, green and gold were actually our school colors but yellow often took the place of gold. And now, wearing those colors feels like its spirit week or something. I just feel so costume-y.

How do you feel about wearing holiday color combos?
 

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