Monday, June 25, 2012

Mixed Feelings

Today's outfit is one that looked better in person but even better in my head. Hmm... those feelings sure have been popping up an awful lot lately. Regardless, I'll add this to my collection of attempts at print mixing.

Happy Monday!
necklace: Forever 21 curb chain (similar)
belt: Express (this season's sold here)
ring: Forever 21 textured horse shoe (similar)
bag: H&M (should still be in stores)
shoes: Via Spiga Missy (sold here)

19 comments:

  1. Mixing prints can be really busy, but I like how the chambray top tones down the gingham. I'm a fan! :)

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  2. I love the look of the layered shirts! New follower here, and so happy I stumbled upon your blog!

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  3. i think your pattern mixing looks great!

    xo julesinflats.blogspot.com

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  4. I think the pattern mix is wonderful. The blue brings out the colors in the skirt.

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  5. I think it just takes some getting used to but you did it right! It's perfect and not at all too much. Its just right and fun;)

    Aesthetic Lounge

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  6. you're so cute i think you can do no wrong! xox P

    phiphisblog.com

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  7. It looks very well-balanced to me! I recently finished making a floral skirt so I'll be digging through your archives for style inspirations :)

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    1. It works both ways ;) Can't wait to steal inspirations from your outfits!

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  8. I've never tried layering two button up shirts... It's so preppy!! Definitely going to try now.

    Love,
    Your bag twin. :)

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    1. I think layering shirts is great for days where I run out of tanks to wear underneath, haha. Let me know how your experiment goes!

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  9. Love this outfit Cee. Casual chic.

    Sam

    http://fabulouspetite.blogspot.com

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  10. You know what I really like this! I think without the solid shirt on top it would be a bit too busy for me personally but I like that it breaks it up and you just get peeks of the gingham!

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  11. I love the way you mixed the patterns! I have two gingham shirts I'd love to play with, myself. Anywho, I just stumbled on your blog via Pinterest and wanted to say hello! :)

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    1. Hi Diana! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a sweet comment :) Let me know how your experiment with ginghams go!

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    2. Will do! :) Have a great weekend!

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  12. The little peek of gingham from under the chambray top makes it work with the floral skirt. Had you just worn the gingham it would have been too much. I think this was pieced together perfectly!

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  13. This has to be one of my favorite layered looks...loooooove it!

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