No matter how specific our individual style may be, we’re always inspired by something. Whether it’s a designer, our favorite Instagram account, or the everyday elements surrounding us, we’re constantly inspired. But that’s the fun part of creating your own individual style!
I’m no stranger to expressing my personal style. It comes in the form of fashion, of course, but you can also see bits and pieces of me coming through in things like my makeup, my nail color and design, my hair, among other details. One way that I know many of us like to express our individual style is with our electronic devices, and now Moto-X is giving us a chance to get really creative and customize our own mobile devices. The range of colors is versatile enough to satisfy the most simple and standard to the über eclectic tastes. Just like pairing a coat with your favorite dress and picking out accessories, the Moto-X gives you free reign to pick the front, back, and accent colors.
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I played around a little with the “Moto Maker” just to see what color combinations I could put together. It put me in the mood to play around with some colors in my closet, too!
This season I’m really in the mood for skirt and sweater combos, so I decided to put together a playful circle skirt with a simple crew neck sweater. There are so many cool color combinations in the Moto-X library, but two colors in particular stuck out to me: Crimson and Royal Blue. I put the two together and it reminded me of how much I loved my sorority colors in college, (wine and blue!) so it brought back some nice memories. And sticking with the college theme, I went for a preppy fall look with gray thigh-high socks and closed toe lace-up wedges. The rich colors and cozy style make for the perfect fall outfit!
Sweater: American Apparel, skirt: H&M, socks: Nordstrom, shoes: Enzo Angiolini, necklace: Forever 21, nail polish: Navy by Bobbi Brown.
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