Veshoevius of The Taxonomy of My Wardrobe paired this lovely (and unexpected) neon lemon-lime sheath dress with lavender lace overlay with a sweet lavender cardigan and edgy neon strappy sandals. Ladylike with a touch of naughty! What’s not to love?
Alice of Happiness at Mid-Life looks beautiful and summery in a lemony neon yellow dress.
She added even more neon to her look with bright pink drop earrings and belt, which she looped so cleverly!
Avril from Royal Ribbons goes for a neon preppy look with hot pink khakis and bright green boat shoes.
Heather of StyleMindChic and I planned to wear neon ahead of time when we met up last month here in Kenwood. Heather wore a neon lime link bracelet with matching earrings, and the day before, while visiting another winery in the Sonoma Wine Country, she wore neon yellow sling-back pumps. So chic!
Alicia of Spashionista looks radiant in this Indian Pink neon pencil skirt from ideeli. Alicia says it’s incredibly comfortable and that it’s garnered lots of compliments. No surprise there!
Trina of Tea Time with Trina doubles up on neon with a bright neon yellow blazer….
and these awesome neon strappy heels.
These shoes are HOT and so are Trina’s great gams! See the other ways that Trina styled these shoes on her blog.
Ana of Mrs. American Made wears a patterned Nanette Lepore dress with a bit of neon that is vibrant, feminine and made in the U.S.A.
Tamera of Tamera Beardsley adds color to her neutral stripes with neon pink suede flats from Anthropolgie. The shoes illuminate the touches of neon in her amazing brooch necklace that she made herself.
My stepdaughter, Tori, wore this Guess neon lace dress to her high school graduation last May.
Youthful and fresh-looking, just like Tori, the dress has a fetching little cut-out on the back.
I bought this emerald Gabby Skye Jersey Peplum Dress recently and thought I would jazz it up with a little neon.
I wore the Bauble Bar neon necklace that I had on when I met up with Heather. It has such a fun color scheme and I thought the emerald green center stone made it ideal for my new dress.
The fall fashion magazines are declaring animal print is hot for fall but really, isn’t that something that never goes out of style? We feel quite certain you own at least one item that borrows its beauty from an animal so join us in October for “How I Wear My: Animal Print”.
Send a photo to Jill or me, or to our new email account: firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1, 2013.
Don’t limit yourself to leopard, we would love to see it all—zebra, cow, giraffe, Dalmatian, lizard, pony, snake. If it mimics an animal, we want to see it on you!