Mixing floral and stripes feeds my love for mixing prints. When I’m not color blocking, I’m either monochroming or mixing prints. They’re usually my default, therefore being what I naturally gravitate to do. Mixing the old with the new is always interesting as you get the opportunity to go down memory lane about the way you previously styled a piece in comparison to the way you style it today.
This top is an oldie but goodie and I absolutely love it!
I previously wore it about 2 years ago to a dinner and I was able to wear it this weekend for brunch (favorite meal ever!).
Although it’s a simple designed crop top, I just absolutely love floral print. The print makes the top, yet I can’t forget about the back.
The horizontal stripes on the back of the crop top perfectly compliments the vertical stripes on the skirt.
I love asymmetrical skirts as it adds more character to garments.
The beauty of a midi asymmetric skirt is that it sometimes looks better in motion as the center of the skirt opens up to show a bit more thigh, than while standing still.
Sitting down provides a similar effect as well.
An asymmetric skirt provides variety.
What better way to accessorize than by my staple red clutch?
Pairing these sandals with this look was a no brainer as the print is very similar to the floral print that the top displays.
I like to call this necklace my Queendom necklace as it reminds me of a similar style that those in a royal family would wear.
Bag Kate Spade