Happy Tuesday, ladies! My oldest has been listening to a lot of 70s soft rock. Reminds me so much of my teens. It's been really fun to take a trip down memory lane. From The Doobie Brothers to Jackson Browne to James Taylor, such a great era of music. Maybe I'm biased, but I'm not convinced there's another decade that really rivals it. (I've had Golden Ribbons by Loggins & Messina on repeat!)
But I digress. This is a fashion blog after all. From floral to animal, it's hard not to love a classic print. Whether you're wearing a printed t-shirt or pants, prints create visual interest and excitement. But sometimes finding exactly what to wear with can be challenging. Here's how to effortlessly pair a print.
Today's featured item is slip skirt and tunic from Banana Republic (Factory)
The outfit is modeled, and I pulled together 2 alternates
The outfit is shoppable via a text or image widget
Each alternate is shoppable via a text widget
We're trying something new today: at the end of the post, I've pulled out style tips from this post that you can download for your reference. Make sure to check them out!
I'm loving this snake print slip skirt from Banana Republic Factory. (It's 50% off, ladies!). But what to wear with? Like I said, sometimes pairing a print can be a challenge. When in doubt: go with a neutral like white, black, or grey.
If you're feeling adventurous, you can go beyond textbook neutrals. Move slightly over into the beige family like stone or camel. They're more unique than a simple white and just as easy to pair everything, including a print like today's.
I love to take an item from the beige family and have fun with it. Pair today's silk tunic with an animal print like I did; or try adding a pop of red for a bold statement.
Beige items also look fabulous with gold or tortoise accessories; or try a pair of dark rinse skinny jeans.
Wear this color family to the office or wear it on the weekend. Go bold with leopard accessories, or play it cool with neutrals. The choice is yours.
We're trying something a little new today. I've condensed the post into some style tips for you to pin, screenshot, or download. You can use it for your reference, whether you're shopping online or in person.