Tag: Pattern Mixing

Pastels, Petals, and Pattern Mixing

pastel blue, pattern mixing, white shoes, botanic gardens

Nothing says springtime quite like rocking subtle shades of pastels—I’m thinking eggshell blue, baby pink, lavender, and muted sunshine-yellow. The only problem? I’ve learned over the years (and especially through all my blog photos) that I just don’t look very good in pastels. My skin tone lives for the “go bold or go home” mentality when it comes to what colors to wear. That’s why when the stylish ladies of the Magnificent Eight group asked me to participate in a special “pastel pattern mixing” post, I struggled a bit to put together a fashionable outfit! Continue reading “Pastels, Petals, and Pattern Mixing”

10 Ways to Style Polka Dots

blue cobalt coat with polka dot skirt

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again—I absolutely LOVE polka dots. It’s such a fun and playful print, and I’ve been slowly adding more of it to my closet. I wore this look last week on my birthday to celebrate with my parents. I figured what better outfit for my special day than a print that makes me smile! I tried to wear as many polka dotted items as possible, which inspired this post. I hope you love the print as much as I do, and without further ado, here are 10 ways to style it year around. Continue reading “10 Ways to Style Polka Dots”

Dressing for Fashion Capitals of the World (As a Tourist)

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If you saw my Instagram post yesterday, you know I’ve been traveling for the last week and a half, and one of the places I visited was New York City for the first time. Not only did I feel excited to explore such an iconic and important city, but I also looked forward to observing all the fabulous fashion. After all, NYC is one of the fashion capitals of the world (along with Paris, Milan, and London). Being cute as a tourist is already hard enough with fanny packs and sneakers and all, but being a fashionable tourist in the Big Apple?! This posed a whole new kind of style dilemma. Continue reading “Dressing for Fashion Capitals of the World (As a Tourist)”