I find that I'm veering from my the wardrobe colors I chose last fall and maybe I should. I think the point of choosing a set grouping of colors is so that your wardrobe is easy and you don't feel like you have nothing to wear. I'm leaning more toward blues/reds/pinks so far with the purchases that I have made. I I have only purchased tops so far:
When I saw this little navy top, I had to have it. First, it isn't a knit but a woven rayon. I can tell you that it washes up beautifully. I'm ready for spring/summer so I can wear it. It will most likely be a top to wear with jeans.
This was an impulsive purchase. I'm not sure what drew me to it but it was one of those immediate purchases. I spent a little more on this top than I normally would. It washed very well. I do need to check the sheerness factor. I'm think it may need a cami and I don't remember if it came with one.
I love the blue floral of this little top. It washed well also but does need to ironed which will most likely mean not worn much. The fabric is a little on the sheer side so I purchased a matching tank to wear under it. This will most likely be worn with jeans and maybe khakis.
These two tops match very well in person. I know the tank will get worn a lot. These are year round staples for me.
How's the for veering away from black, gray, teal, and rose? I do like everyone of these items though. It will remain to be seen whether or not they are loved.
I'm still working on the black & white dress and planning a blue skirt with a matching top if there is enough fabric. It looks to me that it will be mostly shades of blue for summer.