Sunday, March 27, 2011

Architectural Inspiration: Pea Green



Architectural inspiration pictured via crateandbarrel.com.




Herve Leger jacquard bandage dress; this and next at net-a-porter.com.


Anita Ko 18-karat gold panther studs.


Giusepe Zanotti Shoes tapered toe pumps; this and next at shopbop.com.


Vince Motocross leather jacket.



Darlings, what do you think of this space and the look it inspired?



xoxox,


CC

42 comments:

mom & son said...

I love this color!
beautiful!

CHIC Sensibility... said...

I love the color combo of Green and Camel.

Little Rus said...

So pretty. Very spring appropriate. :) x

Al said...

I so want this Herve L dress !

Erika said...

Wow! The Herve Leger Bandage Dress is incredible - loving the color. But my favorite is the Anita Ko 18-Karat Gold Panther Studs - the eyes look like they're glowing. Love!! :)

Audrey Allure said...

The pea green color is absolutely beautiful! Those studs are gorgeous.

Yajaira said...

love the dress and the jacket

Dreaming Alba said...

A perfect colour! :)

Sienna said...

I love that color and I want that vince jacket!!!

Punctuation Mark said...

i love that jacket!!! beautifully tailored!

Dilan Dilir said...

lovely colour :D

QueenDesi said...

love those green dress!!
look so fresh and fierce :)

THE SECRET LIFE OF "D"

in Love&Light
Queen D

Tamara Nicole said...

Green is a classic, always looks great! And I want those heels:)

Haute World said...

The interiors evoke so much serenity! Love the color choice and of course the perfect outfit you picked. The dress and earrings are gorgeous!

Oh to Be a Muse said...

that living room looks so awesome. i love it.

Phuong said...

i love the HL dress!

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nookie said...

ahh, love the earrings!

A Lot Like Fashion said...

The dress is so cute! :)
XX

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Irina Lori said...

So pretty! I like the mix of green and rose colors :)

lisa golightly said...

My favorite color ... I always called it moss green.

Sam said...

I'll have those panther studs and the motor cross leather jacket! I always love green on other people when I see it but I never seem to see any in the shops.

Stephanie said...

Beautiful color for spring!

Eternally yours,
Stephanie

Grace said...

Great color! Loving the moto jacket, too.

Dilan Dilir said...

you are always so pretty,thank you <3

Chic Coles said...

The green dress would be perfect for spring.

www.majormusthaves.com said...

Those earrings, that dress they are calling my name...

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Carrie,

I love green and all the images you have shown here.

Have a lovely week
Hugs
Carolyn

*chameleon* said...

i like this color,so fresh and so good for the spring and summer as well!!!Herve L dress is adorable!!!!!:)

Mary Jo from TrustYourStyle said...

Yes please to all of the above! I have a Herve Leger dress on my wish list for this year!

xo Mary Jo

knk said...

pea green
i like this green nice gown
looks cool

MELISSA Z. said...

wow, I really love Herve Leger dresses and this one is amazing especially for its color!

www.abitoffashion.com

Joanne Faith said...

I love this space, I've always been drawn to pale lime green interiors!

Linda [the young curator] said...

those studs! those shoes!

the room is beautifully designed, but it's those panther studs and giuseppe zanotti pumps that have stolen my heart ;]

lady sélénite said...

beautiful earings !
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RECIEN LLEGADA said...

The Herve Leger Bandage Dress is perfect in pea green¡
LOVE it¡
Kisses
DELIA

The Blonde Duck said...

Those cat eyes are awesome!

Fashion Cappuccino said...

Ah, that green dress is to die for! I also love the earrings! xoxoxoo

Eszter said...

love the Herve Leger jacquard bandage dress

Kris said...

Love those cats!

Tamara said...

I want the panther earrings! So cooool...

http://www.ithunter.org/

MizzJ said...

Not my favourite color choice, but those panther studs are pretty cool!

Costume Jewellery said...

Those tiger earrings are so stunning. I love the eyes ad the colours, great post!