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Burgundy & Plum

Monday, July 16, 2012

It's finally summer weather here but of course I've got my mind on Fall fashion.  I can't wait to incorporate some darker colors into my wardrobe, especially plum and burgundy!  These deepeer shades have been one of my favorites for a bit and I'm thinking that I will be adding a few more pieces to my wardrobe.  My favorite of course is my Marc Jacobs crossbody.  I've been using it throughout the summer as it still goes with everything!  I love pairing plum with gold too, it just looks so pretty together.

My plum sunglasses also have been a staple in my summer wardrobe.  I usually stick to black or brown sunglasses but these plum ones have surprisingly taken over all others.

I went shopping and spotted some other plum and burgundy pieces that I'm loving...
Cute plum Ray-ban sunglasses, a better price alternative to my Chloe's, I love the turquoise ones in the back too!

Not a fan of the heel on these Miu Miu Platform booties but I love everything else, the color and especially that bow!  Marc Jacobs pretties in burgundy and gold. (iPad carrying case and Little Stam bag)  Perfect fall accessories.

So in love with these Dior pumps. And the YSL muse that I've been eyeing forever in a new burgundy color.

Oh and I should mention that I'm writing this on my fun new Intel Ultrabook!  It's such a sleek little computer, (it's less than an inch thick!) I'm totally in love!  My favorite part is how slim and lightweight it is. I travel so much and I'm always on the go so having a lighter laptop has been on my wishlist for a long time.  I can slip it into my purse and it doesn't weigh my shoulders down at all.  I've got a series of fun fashion/style posts with intel coming up weekly which I'm excited to share!

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Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Intel via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Intel.

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