It is Monday and I am super-excited to start this new week with a guest post by Suzonne Stirling of Urban Comfort. A professional stylist who's work has been published in Better Homes and Gardens, Family Circle, Good Housekeeping, Woman's Day, Parents, Nick Jr., as well as other publications, Suzonne is a true master of her craft. She has a perfect eye for timeless, elegant and graceful style, and I am simply honored she agreed to put together this beautiful post for my readers. Thank you, Suzonne!!!
Hello readers of navyblueshoe! I was so flattered when invited to share a post here. So thank you to Olga for having me today!
I'm a huge fan of neutrals, and done right, I don't think they ever have to be boring. Take white, for instance. It's the perfect backdrop for summer, but it's hardly one-dimensional. Artfully layered, it takes on different personalities, from bright and fresh to subtle and moody. The key is to mix textures and tones, and I always like to throw in some elements from nature, natural foliage or wood, for balance. Fresh, simple, and just right for the season.
This is Glamorous (photography by Polly Wreford for "At Home with White" by Atlanta Bartlett)
Eye Poetry Photography
Pantofola D'Oro Lace Up Oxford via Bodie and Fou
A Rosy Note
Lee Wolfe Pottery
New England Home
Louise Rastall Interior Stylist
Found Folios (Photographer Leigh Beisch)