Burgundy for the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s: Combined with White
Quote of the day: “I may not have got where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I intended to be.” Douglas Adams
Since it’s perfectly acceptable to wear white and ivory all year long now, let’s combine it with our burgundy pieces. Like the last post of burgundy & pink (here), there is a ton of contrast between these two colors (white and burgundy) which makes it quite interesting! And for those of you who love word play, we can call this color merlot, wine, maroon and crimson!
50’s Burgundy (Sweater): I wasn’t sure if I needed to shorten the culottes, but judging by these pictures, I think definitely yes!
60’s Burgundy (Blouse): Nancy’s jeans are capri length, but by cuffing them with her ankle boots, you’d never realize it!
70’s Burgundy (Vest): Of course mom wanted to wear one of her owls! But, really, check out the hip shoes!!
The color of choice is found in these blouses below—check on Facebook the day after this post for more options: