Adding A Touch Of Pink To Zebra Stripes
Are you doing a double take and thinking, "Debbie has already styled this top?" You are correct. However, this time I'm styling it in the daylight so you can see it better and asked my awesome photographer husband to shoot the photos! I'm also showing how an outfit that is mostly black can benefit from adding just a hint of pink. Can't see the pink yet? You will!
The first hint of pink comes from my anniversary ring on my left hand.
And then another hint of pink from my tanzanite ring on my right hand.
Want to see a close-up of them together? There is a reason I chose pink rings today....
I wanted my rings to coordinate with the pink in my black and pink flats! Aren't these shoes spiffy looking?! Yes, I know "spiffy" is an antiquated term. But, I just think that these shoes must be called spiffy! And speaking of things that are antiquated...I have a birthday coming up soon. A BIG birthday, if you know what I mean! A changing decades birthday, as a friend recently described it. So...look for a future post. Just giving you a heads-up.
The shoe brand is Clarks and the inside says "Soft Cushion" and "Collection." The style is the Kinzie. Check out the link if you are interested. This was my church outfit today and the shoes stayed comfortable except in the toe area they still need to stretch out a bit. I am wearing socks so that might make a difference.
I was hoping my husband would take a shot of the overall look including the shoes, but somehow that didn't happen. Guess I'll have to deduct some of his pay, Ha! I liked his pictures, though, so I'm showing them! I love the look of black and white together and adding just a hint of pink, even in the Fall/Wintertime, is a great way to elevate the look! Black and white is a classic and I am loving the zebra stripes!
As you can see our photo shoot attracted a crowd! Garden also likes black and white! And Cassie says she is offended that Garden got to be in this post and she didn't.
I will be taking this week off to enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday. I hope that you and yours have a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving. I've already started my Christmas decorating, so look for an upcoming post about that coming soon after Thanksgiving. And, then, there is that birthday....
Until Next Time,
*Feel free to pin photos. Photography by William Ross.