I don't have a red blazer, but I do have a white button-down, black pants and black wedge boots like that. And I have several blazers to choose from, but all more muted colors, like grey...and grey houndstooth. Okay, I have several shades of grey. Not 50 though, ha!
So I feel like this is a real, workable silhouette, and the addition of a red blazer is a good idea to brighten up my wardrobe. I have to work on ironing my shirt more often too. Knits are so nice for that reason...
OK, and another pants variation:
This time with a loose top paired with a cardigan. I'm diggin' the waterfall style cardigans in various prints. Again, I don't have one. I have several loose cardigans like that, but plain-colored, but not with a print design. I think I tend to reserve my prints for my shirts, so I keep the other pieces more neutral. But I'd like to change that up a little.
And finally, with straight-legged or wide-legged pants à la Hepburn:
This is another attainable silhouette. I have very similar shoes and jackets. I could make one more pair of pants, more fall/winter appropriate than my current wide-legs. And I could sew (and then iron) another button-down. This is a very classic, safe silhouette for when I need to dress more conservatively, but it still represents my tastes. I can always funk it up with the accessories.
This exercise just may help me organize my sewing after all...wanna place bets?