Dressed for: A Subtle Mix

Already Pretty outfit featuring navy cardigan, coral polka dot tank, olive green pencil skirt, cognac leather belt, Faryl Robin Suzu pumps

Cardigan – thrifted – similar (navy)
Tank – Boden
Belt – Gap (had it since high school) – similar
Skirt – via eBaysimilar
Necklace – Fossil (no longer available) – similar
Bracelets – Bibelot and Sage K and Co
Earrings – Urban Outfitters (no longer available) – similar
Shoes – Faryl Robin Suzu via eBaymore printed pumps

I wore this for a quick Fox 9 Morning Show segment to demonstrate that separating two related prints with a solid can make print and pattern mixing feel less daunting. You hardly even notice there are two prints in this outfit, but they both add a bit of interest and energy to the look.

Anyone else like to put some nice, soothing solids between prints to make a more subtle mix?

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5 Responses to “Dressed for: A Subtle Mix”

  1. LaTonya

    Noticed and love it. Ah, and I really like commenting from my deskstop and not my Kindle. Can’t get used to communicating via a portable device. 🙂

  2. katie

    You just asked about our colors, yes? And then put together an outfit that is the epitome of mine, right now. Love it. =)

    It’s true that I didn’t even notice the pattern mixing at first glance — could be partly because of the nice solids, but I think it’s also because polka dots are basically a solid (from a bit of a distance, you can’t see the pattern) and your shoes have so much of that peachy tone on the front that they seem like extensions of your legs.

  3. Ashe

    Having a similar pair of shoes, I really love how simple this outfit is, but how tied together it seems. Definitely gives me a few ideas of how to wear mine!