Good morning beauties!
Today's blog post is all about mixing prints and patterns. It's not something that I do often, but it's something I've been sooo anxious to try. I decided to mix leopard print with black and white stripes. Since this is more of a professional style look, I wanted to use the leopard print in a subtle way, but still use it to make my outfit pop!
I am a firm believer that how you dress reflects how you feel. When I wake up and go to work, I make sure to do my makeup, hair and choose an outfit that reflects my mood and will make me feel good. I pre-selected this outfit because I knew I would be shooting it for my blog, so after I put it together I couldn't wait to wear it for this post. If you have never chose your outfit in advanced for work or an event, I suggest that you try it. It builds that excitement, until you can finally put in on and slayyy! This outfit made me feel confident, classy and sassy!
When you wear your next outfit, look at yourself in the mirror and you should be able to positively describe how the outfit makes you feel in 3 words.
Soo...when I found these leopard print heels I feel in love! One reason, because they were Sam Edelman heels and two because they were only $20 at the thrift store! My clutch is my favorite to pair with almost any outfit. The texture of it really gave my print x patterned look an eclectic touch! The heels and clutch were both purchased at one of my favorite thrift stores, Clothes Mentor. My high split skirt you can purchase from any trendy fashion store, mine is super old, yet still my favorite wardrobe essential from Forever 21.
I make frequent visits to Clothes Mentor when I feel they might have new style pieces to add to my wardrobe. Luckily I was able to find this fancy little striped top in a small! I decided to pair it with a gold neclace I bought years ago from Forever 21 and I bought these super fashionable sunglasses from Nordstrom B.P department for under $15! Last but never least, my lipstick! It's a liquid lipstick by The Lip Bar called "Bawse Lady", I love it! Visit their websites and find them in Target stores in the fall!
Hopefully this style post inspires you to mix and match prints and patterns!
Thanks for reading!