May 2012

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 19 of 83

live in style The silver lining Neutral tones go from classic to classy when accessorized with silver and gold. Working Wonders Shimmering hues and sophisticated textures add a touch of chic to workday attire If anyone knows the importance of merging professional attire with style and comfort, it's Bonnie Dixon. A real estate agent with Stark Company Realtors, she ups the ante on a neutral-toned ensemble with well-tailored layers and spar- kling accessories for a look that keeps her polished and comfortable on the go. Blazer by Cartise, $357, blouse by Bailey 44, $183, Milo pant by Equestrian, $152, amethyst earring by Mia, $42; Chauette, 7466 Hubbard Ave., Middleton; (608) 836-5366. Cirque heel by Corso Como, $159; Shoo, 109 State St., Madi- son; (608) 467-6325. Chain bracelet, $24; Boston Store locations, Madison. Hair and makeup by Erin Weix of Be Inspired Salon, 425 S. Yellowstone Dr., Madison; (608) 271-2771. A bold boost A unique texture and metallic sheen helps an ordinary blazer stand out from the crowd, while a neutral hue keeps it from being too bold. 4 3 Animal instincts: A roomy tote with a touch of animal print makes a simple statement while carrying your laptop, notebooks and more. By Victor Alfaro, $119; Boston Store locations, Madison. Timeless style: A chunky gold-and-white watch makes for a modern take on a standard acces- sory. By Anne Klein, $65; Boston Store locations, Madison. In the details Part pump, part sandal, this unique hybrid gives your standard summer sandal a professional boost. 18 BRAVA Magazine May 2012 Go wild: If you're texture-shy, add just a hint of a bold print with eye-catching wedges. Open Fish wedge by All Black, $179; Shoo, 109 State St., Madison; (608) 467-6325. » » » Photos by Shanna Wolf

Articles in this issue

Archives of this issue

view archives of Brava - May 2012