Fashion Friday

Fashion Friday, Jul 19: Texture

We’re at the home stretch with part three of four outfit personality traits: texture! When I think about texture, my mind usually jumps to fall outfits. Sweaters, scarves, hats, fluffy socks, and coats give us a variety of texture options in the cooler weather. It’s less common in the summer, but still doable!

One option is to wear funky textured jewelry. I have a lovely necklace and a pair of earrings that I got on my study abroad in Peru which I looooooooove. Wooden textures aren’t usually seen in jewelry, and it adds a more boho vibe. Great in summer! Beaded jewelry is a great way to go, especially if you are sensitive to non precious metals. You can find necklaces and bracelets that have no metal clasp to avoid an unwanted reaction while still having fun with new accessories!

If jewelry isn’t your thing, purses and shoes are also a possible avenue! There are a seemingly infinite number of textures to choose from. There are shoes and purses that are snakeskin, leather, vinyl, clear, tweed, woven, fluffy, and everything in between. I personally love a suede shoe. I find it adds a more sophisticated feel than canvas or patent leather shoes. Faux suede can come in a multitude of colors. I currently have two pairs of suede heels: one in grey and one in a turquoise hue.  You can see how I styled my grey pumps on Selfie Sunday Jul 7: Outfits of the Day: Using Color!

Lastly, clothing garments can have texture for visual interest. A leather jacket on a cool evening or a knit tank like one shown in the picture above can add more interest than a cotton shirt.

As always, I welcome any outfit inspiration. Send me pics, social media handles, or blog information. Can’t want to check it out and be inspired!

❤ Zeebs

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