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Lesley Evers Dress | Loren Hope Necklace | David Hicks Wallpaper | Jonathan Adler Bowl

Yesterday’s post on Eddie Ross’s classic black and white interiors took me down the rabbit hole of my photo archives searching for more inspiration. I immediately found it in the form of Brooklyn Blonde’s gorgeous geometric DVF skirt. I’m still kicking myself for not buying it when I had the chance!

The geometric pattern reminded me of one of my favorite David Hicks wallpapers, appropriately named ‘Hexagon’. I love the more modern take on black and white.

If like me, you’re mourning the missed opportunity of the DVF skirt, check out the Juliette dress from Lesley Evers. I’d pair mine with a tassel necklace from Loren Hope and a blazer. Black and white goes mod!

P.S don’t worry, The Pursuit of Style hasn’t gone monochromatic, I’ll be back tomorrow in full color!

3 thoughts on “GEOMETRIC

  1. Oi, I sort of wish you hadn’t posted that skirt because now I’ll never be able to get it out of my head, and I’m sure I won’t be able to track it down. Sigh… 😉

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