Nothing brightens up a modern neutral combo like a red blazer. Everyone can wear red if you find the right tone. The best reds for those of us with a cool skin tone have a blue undertone. If your skin tone is warm, you will look better in orange-reds.
I found this red blazer on sale at Dillard’s a couple of years ago. It had a bright gold button closure which I promptly changed to a matte silver one. I always look for silver hardware and buttons but sometimes have to settle for gold. The gray cashmere shell is the perfect base to wear with a lightweight jacket in the spring. Sleeveless shells and tops are smart options with blazers in the spring since they are cooler and they don’t add bulk at the sleeves.
We went for a drive in the country after lunch last Saturday. As we were winding our way around a curvy road near the top of the hill, I looked into the valley below, where I saw a waterfall. A slight detour allowed us to circle back and get these photos for you.
As always, Mr. Mickey had the weekend car polished and filled with gas for our day long adventure.
Even when the sunlight is streaming through a car window, it can still cause dark spots and sun damage, so I always use the sunscreen here. The nude mesh pumps and other items are from previous years, so the following links are for similar items.