I love polka dots for spring. There is just something so fun about polka dotted pieces. Plus, I love how perfect the patterns lend themselves to some print mixing (click here for my mixed prints tutorial)! My fave combo is dots and leopard (reminder: leopard is a neutral) but for the daring, dots and floral . . . → Read More: Target Style: Dots
I’m going to blame my apparent fixation on all things red, blue and gold on a weekend full of Olympic watching! Also, can you believe it’s August?
1. J.Crew sweater / 2. Topshop blouse / 3. 3.1 Phillip Lim top / 4. Splendid top 5. J.Crew skirt / 6. Old Navy . . . → Read More: August Essentials
As a sort of “Part 2″ to my “Tale of Two Prints” post, here’s a quick roundup of some striped, floral, leopard and dotted pieces, perfect for mixing and matching!
1. J.Crew top / 2. Pim + Larkin / 3. Milly dress / 4. Michael Kors dress 5. Modcloth skirt / 6. . . . → Read More: Mix And Match
Mixing prints is not as difficult a trend to pull of as you might think, and when done right, can look thoughtful, fashion-forward and fresh. There are just a few things to remember to make sure you don’t end up looking like a frazzled mess. To help, I compiled some sartorial inspiration and tips for . . . → Read More: Mixed Prints
I’m not usually a fan of polka dots, but lately, dotty looks have been catching my attention – especially when mixed together and/or with animal print. How amazing are those shoes?!
Images via This is Glamorous, Habitually Chic, If I Had…, The Always Gentleman and Patterson Maker.
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