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Mood Board Monday | Summer Fresh . . .

Mood Board Monday | Summer Fresh . . . | The LookBook Philosophy

Mornin’ Friends + Happy First of June! Summer is officially right around the corner and I am ready for it! Ready for more relaxed schedules, time spent with family and quick summer get aways. Those are some of the inspirations for today’s Mood Board Monday. I’ve created a fresh, cool palette for you to ease on in to summer with. I know the days ahead are going to be hot ones, so this palette is designed to keep you cool. Infused with soft peach, cool blues and citrus greens, balanced out by neutral taupe and army green, this palette should be easy to incorporate into your wardrobe as we finish off our spring/summer transition. Think of putting the lighter, fresher colors of the palette close to your skin, by selecting these colors for tops, dresses and skirts, you can balance out the look by using the darker tones on strappy sandals, heels and slides. Exotic skinned accessories in any of these tones will give your outfit a little something extra by adding a luxe feel via texture.

What do you think? Would you wear this palette?
xx

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Mood Board Monday | A Fresh + Classic Transition . . .

black, white, creme + mint . . . fresh + classic . . .

black, white, creme, navy + mint . . . fresh + classic . . .

a perfect palette to transition into Spring . . .

a perfect palette to transition into Spring . . .

This Mood Board Monday I am sharing an understated mood board and palette that was inspired by the first day of Spring, which (unbelievably) graced us with it’s presence 2 days ago. Right now I am loving the classic-fresh feel of white, creme, gray, and muted mint. Combined with the rich contrast of black and navy, I think it makes a great transitional color palette for Spring. If the weather where you are is not quite feeling like Springtime yet, think about adding heavier textures like a black embossed croc bag, or a nubby wool peacoat to balance out the white and creme. By adding the muted mint, you can bring in color and make it fresh in a way that doesn’t scream “Spring picnic” in the midst of a snow storm.

Is this a palette you would incorporate into your wardrobe?

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