July 23, 2013

Print and Repeat

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The key to mixing prints is sticking to the same color family. That’s why I was thrilled when this new Ann Taylor top matched my old skirt. I added a belt to bring the two patterns together. Then I used classic black accessories to make the pencil skirt and shell combo office friendly. Speaking of friendly, this little pup decided to join me while snapping pics on Melrose Place. I hope Bunny doesn’t get jealous!

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Top: Ann Taylor
Skirt: Ann Taylor
Belt: vintage
Rings: Dogeared
Bracelets: Gorjana
Sunnies: Juicy Couture
Bag: Sole Society
Shoes: Christian Louboutin

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  1. Kristen commented:

    Those Louboutin heels are fabulous! I’m sure they go with pretty much everything… if it was me, I don’t think they would come off my feet! Like, ever.

    Radiating Splendor

    Published 7.23.13 Reply
    • Sydne commented:

      Thanks Kristen! I rarely splurge but they were a great investment.

      Published 7.23.13 Reply
  2. Bethann Wagner commented:

    Why are you so amazing at mixing patterns? it is unreal! You look fantastic as does that adorable pup! Cheers, Bethann

    Published 7.23.13 Reply
    • Sydne commented:

      You’re so sweet Bethann. Thank you!

      Published 7.23.13 Reply
  3. Oh my gosh, so gorgeous! I need to catch up on my Sydne Style read. The pencil skirt is beautiful, lovely print. You really did pattern mixing so well. I love your fierce Louboutins!


    Published 7.23.13 Reply
    • Sydne commented:

      Thank you Sofia!

      Published 7.23.13 Reply
  4. kim-tram commented:

    At first glance I thought the dress was too busy. But after giving it a few more seconds, I can definitely appreciate it. It’s an interesting one this dress…. It’s not my style but I like it still. Weird way to express but that’s probably the best way for now ^^;

    Published 7.25.13 Reply
    • Sydne commented:

      Thanks Kim! It’s actually a skirt and top. If it’s too much for you, you could always pair the printed skirt with a solid top or vice versa!

      Published 7.25.13 Reply

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