Hello dear chictopians,
sorry for my very long absence. My camera was broken and I couldn’t take any photos.
Now I’m back. I didn’t get any new camera – unfortunately – but I manage to fix mine to be able to take mid-quality pics to finally upload my blog.
In this past month I have been wearing lots of new combination. I didn’t go shopping that much – only a couple of great deals on sale and some vintage pieces at the local flea market – but I enjoy combining things I already have differently and styling them up as if they were new.
Today I caught up on them by shooting some of the outfits I wore lately; I’ll share them with you in the upcoming days.
This is the first one:a floral-print mix. I’ve always loved to mix different prints and I’m happy that designers and bloggers have come up with this trend too. Concerning this style I know there are very different way to mix&match. Personally I like to experiment a lot by mixing unsual prints together but I try always to follow one rule in order not to look like a clown: either I chose one/two colours and mix different prints in that colours or I keep a similar print in different colours. Single exception are prints in different colours and patterns which match aesthetically well anyway. This is quite rare though, therefore the first rule seems the best one to follow in order to keep a certain balance.
I’ve had this skirt since I was a child -don’t ask me how it can still suit me hehe. I already wore it in one of my first posts here. I paired it with a flower top I bought last summer and a fuchsia belt I have since ages but somehow never wore before. I think the flower chain makes it the perfect complement to a flower-print outfit. Since I wanted this three pieces to stand out, I kept the accessories neutral and tiny. I added my passe-partout fake leather jacket -probably the most versatile jacket in my closet.
Hope you like the ensamble. More spring ideas to come.