What I'm Wearing:
Blazer: Apt 9, Tie: Haines & Bonner Of London, Shirt: Merona, Pants: H&M, Shoes: GH Bass
Hello everyone, Happy Easter! Gosh it feels like it's been forever since I've been on here. 3 weeks have passed and i've been so busy with everything from being in and out of the hospital, my return to music, and of course mrdombaza.com. I'm so happy to be back, and back on time for Easter. I hope March has treated you all well. Spring is here and lighter colors are as well. So let's jump right into the breakdown of this look!
You may remember last years Spring collection. If you don't, I love mixing lighter colors with darker colors during Spring. I chose to go with a dark blue blazer from Apt 9. I love how this blazer is so fitted. I love clothes that fit me well and this blazer does the job. The color mint is a HUGE color statement for the Spring. This year I want to heavily feature it on mrdombaza.com. I chose to wear a button down shirt from Merona. I love how this outfit uses mint as it's core base. To make it pop, I chose to wear a floral print tie from Haines & Bonner of London. It's spring and floral prints are my kryptonite. For the pants, I once again chose to go for a lighter color. I cannot praise H&M enough for the pants they carry. I chose to add some mint socks to give the bottom half of the outfit a little pop as well. To wrap it all up I'm wearing shoes from GH Bass. I went with the darker tone to tie it all together.
I've been having a blast shooting in San Fran these past 3 months for mrdombaza.com. I hope you guys are enjoying the outfits and locations. I know my posts are limited in a month now, but thank you so much for stopping by and supporting me. I hope you guys can get some sort of inspiration from this years Easter outfit. If this is not your taste or style, I have 2 more Easter outfits in my April 2014 and April 2015 archives. Be sure to check them out as well. I hope you guys have a safe and blessed Easter. I'll be back in 2 weeks with some Spring break inspiration. See you soon. X
Photographer: Joanna Wheeler