Fashion Staple: Lace Print Tank
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!
Photos by Felix Foto
Top: Ann Taylor
Skirt: Ann Taylor
Sunnies: Juicy Couture
Bag: Sole Society
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
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.
Thanks Kristen! I rarely splurge but they were a great investment.
Why are you so amazing at mixing patterns? it is unreal! You look fantastic as does that adorable pup! Cheers, Bethann
You’re so sweet Bethann. Thank you!
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!
Thank you Sofia!
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 ^^;
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!