Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Additive Colors

To my dismay, it's been raining on and off all week long. To brighten my mood, I turned to the color side of my wardrobe. Red, blue, and green just so happened to be additive colors -- a term that I didn't learn until today. Actually, right now when I was googling primary and secondary colors *sheepish grin* Hey, learning something new everyday keeps the brain sharp.
red jacket, green striped tee, blue suede pumps
sunglasses: Walmart aviator (similar)
lips: Revlon ColorBurst Lipcolor in soft nude 070 (similar)
jacket: Coffee Shop (similar)
top: Saint James Galathee tee (similar)
belt: J.Crew (similar)
bag: Longchamp large Le Pliage (sold at Nordstrom / Bloomingdale's / NM)

7 comments:

  1. Ooh, well consider me a fan of "additive colors" then - you look great in the pinkish red!

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  2. I'm considering purchasing the same Sole Society pumps. Now that you've had them for a while, how are you finding them in terms of comfort and wear?

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    1. I can't say enough good things about the shoes. I didn't experience a break-in period, but even then, the shoes feel like they're molding to the shape of my feet over time. Very comfortable to wear and walk in throughout the day. Highly recommended!

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    2. PS - I believe you can still get 20% off your first order by signing up for their emails.

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    3. Thank you Cee!

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  3. "to brighten your mood..." - you mean, your day? heh heh

    Okay now i'm curious to what primary and additive colors are. Off to google.

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    1. Thought that would've been too obvious and arrogant sounding, lol.

      What I gathered was yellow is included w/primary colors, but green is a part of additive colors. Or at least that's what Wikipedia says, so it's a fact :)

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