Olive skirt & blush blazer

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blush blazer (similar here)–J Crew necklace (also love this one)–white blouse–Coach bag (similar here)–Michael Kors watch (similar here)–Loren Hope Alex cuff (also love this one)–J Crew pencil skirt (also love this one)–Aldo heels

Photos by Rohini V

I’ve been wanting to try this colour combo for a while now. The whole blush and olive trend has really caught my eye – I like the combination of the light and darkness.

As an aside, I made this lentil loaf recently. I’m not a vegan, but I really like trying new things. A friend of mine made it for me a few months ago, and I was totally shocked by how amazing it tasted. No, it’s not a meatloaf, but it sure is a great substitute!

I had a day off last week and decided to try this recipe for myself. It was a pretty labour intensive struggle, because so many ingredients require chopping or bending. I did have a small incident that left me with flax seeds all over the kitchen. But, in the end, was it worth the clean up? 100%. Definitely a really neat, delicious recipe to try, whether you’re a vegan or not!

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79 thoughts on “Olive skirt & blush blazer

  1. That skirt is the perfect length and fit on you. Loving this color combo. Checking out that lentil loaf now! I’m not vegan/vegetarian either, but I do like to eat healthy and meatless sometimes.

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

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  2. I love this color scheme on you! I think I’ve said that before, but still! It ALWAYS look stunning. I ❤ lentils! I'm an off/on again vegetarian so I know my way around lentils, haha. Even just eating them without a special recipe or adding them to beans and rice is awesome, especially if you add spices into the boiling water for flavor 😉 XO
    Lauren-Blair
    http://www.prefertobedemure.com

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  3. Olive and blush have never looked better. Both of those pieces are beautiful and classic. They are two huge colors this Spring and I cannot stop buying items in those colors, either.

    BTW, I have to try that recipe. I like flex seeds.

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