Paisley Tunic in Orange, White & Black Great for Fall!

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Tunic

(Photo © 2015 Ian Anderson)

This paisley print tunic with three quarter sleeves and fall colors is perfect for almost any time of the year.  The tunic’s fabric is made of linen which makes it breathable, but not practical for colder climates during the frigid moths.  Regardless,  I’ve found this tunic to be a welcomed addition to my wardrobe as I can wear it year round living in Florida.

What do I pair it with?  I like to wear it with khaki pants (the skinny cut) or my black jeans.  The tunic looks almost dress-like so I stay away from skirts.  However I can see wearing a cute skirt with it and it looking great!

Don’t forgot accessories!  Even a busy print like this paisley tunic needs a necklace so I found the one in the photo in my jewelry wardrobe.  It’s a simple piece consisting of orange and dark charcoal stones.  It goes with the tunic quite well.

This tunic was a great find and an asset to my wardrobe.  Do you have any great finds in your wardrobe?  If so, I would love to hear from you!
Feel free to comment below about this post and your own wardrobe!

My New Stuart Weitzman Shoes Love Them!

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Stuart_Weitzman

(Photo © 2015 Ian Anderson)

There is nothing like the fit of a well-crafted shoe.  And no one designs it better than Stuart Weitzman.  His shoes are crafted to fit every foot like a glove and they are very comfortable to wear.  I recently purchased the above-pictured shoes at Saks Fifth Avenue in Palm Beach.  The color is a neutral metallic so they complement many outfits in my wardrobe.  I haven’t worn them yet but I can’t wait to debut them!

I became a fan of Stuart Weitzman while watching America’s Next Top Model.  As a prize for winning a challenge on the show, Mr. Weitzman gave away several pairs of his shoes to the winner.  He was so gracious and kind to all the ladies, regardless of whether they won or loss.  Also, it was evident that he was very proud of his shoes and he work the he had put into designing them.  I gained a lot a respect for Mr. Weitzman and his company during that episode and I love buying his shoes because of it!