Mixed Prints

Mixed Prints

Mixed Prints || CancanRoynelle.com

Mixed Prints || CancanRoynelle.com

Mixed Prints || CancanRoynelle.com

Mixed Prints || CancanRoynelle.com

Mixed Prints || CancanRoynelle.com

Mixed Prints || CancanRoynelle.com

Mixed Prints || CancanRoynelle.com

Mixed Prints || CancanRoynelle.com

Photos By: Lydie

Outfit Details

 Top: Old Navy (old) (similar here)|| Skirt: Nordstrom (old) (similar here)  || Shoes: Guess (old) (similar here) || Clutch: Gifted from Singapore || Earrings: Dillard’s (old) (similar here or here) || Watch: Fossil (old) (similar here or here) || Bracelet: Kate Spade || Lips: NYX  Liquid Suede in Vintage

Hey y’all!

I was sweating like a pig when these photos were shot. I pulled fall looks that day hoping that the weather would cooperate. Boy was I wrong! It was So. Hot.

Anyways, let’s get into this print mixing. I was a little apprehensive when print mixing became a thing. Now, you can’t get me to stop mixing prints. I love the way all the colors came together in the outfit.

This skirt is one of those items that I rediscovered (aka forgot that I bought it) in my closet and I got to relive the joy that I felt when I bought it the first time. I live for a great midi pencil skirt because it makes this tall girl at heart feel extra tall and slim especially when I pair it with pointy toe shoes.

Have you tried print mixing?

As always, thanks for stopping by!

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2 Comments

  1. Siedah
    September 20, 2016 / 6:10 pm

    Very nice. I get too nervous to pair prints. It looks good when you do it.

    • Candra Reeves
      September 21, 2016 / 2:31 am

      Thank you! The trick is to find a similar color in each print.

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