Oh Gentle Irish Eyes

green dress pumpkin cardigan black boots by 14 shades of grey

Orange + green will never not look like a St. Patrick’s Day combo to me, but given how orange (or pumpkin, or “koi” as the pompous God of Names for Colors at Pantone calls it) is the quintessential fall color, I think this will do.

P/S: If you think the post title is from some romantic poem… well, you’re not wrong. Except it’s a romantic poem from The IT Crowd.

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green dress black boots sleeping kitty by 14 shades of grey

Dress: Vietnamese shop, Cardigan: Target, Boots: Journee via Amazon, Brooch: vintage


6 Comments on “Oh Gentle Irish Eyes”

  1. um, gorgeous colours! I wear a lot of orange, and now I wish I had just a little bit of turquoise in my wardrobe. I like how kitty is getting in on the fall colours too…

  2. Ana says:

    I LOVE St. Patrick’s Day, it may possibly be my most favorite “holiday” of the year! And while green and orange DO bring forth memories of parades and floats and other fun stuff, I think your outfit is very much all fall. I also adore your boots!

  3. heidi says:

    such pretty colors! i think i have this same cardigan from target, i always love wearing it in the fall. thanks for joining our link up again today!

  4. I love this color combination. Because you went for more toned-down versions, I don’t automatically think of St. Patty’s day! You look great. Thanks for joining 🙂

  5. What a pretty color combo for fall – I am loving that dress on you!

  6. […] before, since it seemed so familiar. It turns out I have worn a similar color combination quite a few times before, but never with these jeans. I guess there’s just something about orange and […]


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