I’ve always had a thing for navy. It has a level of sophistication about it and I always feel like a proper grown up when I wear it. I love that it can be chic and classic, cool, casual and right on trend. It’s an alternative to black but too much of a stand out colour.IMG_2813

Here’s some ways I like to wear navy:

1. With red and white. There’s nothing better than nautical.

2. To any occasion. Navy can be worn to the office, to the playground with the kids, lunch with the girls or a red carpet event. It’s that versatile.

3. As an eyeshadow. I know it’s a little bold, but try it! It is not a dark as black and not as neutral as browns and bronze. A little goes a long way.

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LT HN 1

IMG_2805D R E S S / Acler from Love Twain

S H O E S / Tony Bianco

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Elka navy 1

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IMG_2788D R E S S / Elka Collective

S A N D A L S / Sigerson Morrison

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IMG_2809D R E S S / Acler from Love Twain

B A G / ATA

S H O E S / Zara (in store)

P H O T O G R A P H Y / Gemma Pranita

 

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    1. Hi Chanelle, thanks for your comment – the amazing ATA bag will be available next month so check in online then. Apologies, I should have put that in the post! x

  1. Now that it’s summer in Sydney I am trying to get out of wearing black. I wear lots of black , or black and white stripe shirts and denim which are my weekend uniform being a mum with a two year old. If i wear a dress or skirt, it would be black and white too. It is bad :). I will work some navy into my wardrobe this season (btw I adore grey too).

    Love,
    Tamia
    http://www.emmeandtilly.com

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