Top – Zara | Skirt – Zara | Belt – Gucci | Bag – Chanel | Lipcolor – MAC Retro matte Topped with Brandy
In the previous blogpost I mentioned about how out of habit the moment it’s spring I always reach for florals and stripes. By now we all have heard n number of times how groundbreaking florals are and are not. Yet from prints to embroidery to appliqués this is the most used and popular pattern.
The key to sporting florals and looking fresh and innovative lies in keeping a keen eye for the details, reinventing and experimenting. If you are a beginner at mixing florals then here are a few pointers to keep in mind. Choose similar base colors and complementing colors like here the top and skirt have black, hues of red in common while the green and beige in to top complements the colours of the skirt. Mixing florals means you will end up in florals head to toe so breaking the pattern with an accessory or third piece is a way to add interest to the look.
When you have so much going on in the outfit its best to keep the accessories simple and classic. Here I finished the look with black pumps and a classic Chanel bag.