It was the last day of Suzanne’s stay in The Netherlands and a trip to the Stedelijk Museum was on the schedule. It is the best modern art museum in Amsterdam.

Lots of great paintings there from the likes of Picasso, Van Gogh, Andy Warhol and many others.

Wearing pink with red |

I felt like wearing lots of color for this modern art trip and opted for a red and fuchsia combination. This outfit would have looked great with the fuchsia pumps but I opted for the sensible flats instead.

red pencil skirt with pink puffed sleeve blouse |

The weather was not as great as it was earlier in the week, so a jacket was an absolute must. This gray jacket from In Good Company has been a true favorite all summer.

I know that you have seen all the items of this outfit recently, but perhaps you find it interesting to see how I remix the items for different outfits? it’s so important for a versatile wardrobe! I constantly try and remix the items in my wardrobe as I tire of specific outfits quite quickly. Finding new ways to wear items and trying different color combinations keeps things interesting.

Mixing red, pink and gray |

This is what my hair and outfit actually looked like in the chilly wind!

Bright colors on a miserable day |

And here are the other girls: Greetje, Anja and Suzanne.

Greetje, Anja and Suzanne |

Individual styles |

It turned out to be a rather miserable day with rain outside and rather cold inside, so I closed my jacket for more warmth and treated myself to a hot teac and of course another piece of delicious apple pie!

Combining gray with pink |

Skirt: Donna Karan (old)
Blouse: Ralph Lauren
Jacket: In Good Company
Shoes: Tom’s (on sale)

Would you wear fuchsia and red together? And do you remix your clothes?


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