|Shirt: Target | Skirt: DIY | Shoes, Purse, & Belt: Charlotte Russe | Handband: Brash|
Okay, so for anyone who saw my Facebook or Twitter posts about how excited I was for today's post, no this is not what I had planned. But next week for sure, I'm super excited and you should be too, especially if you're close to Pittsburgh because you'll get to admire this new addition really soon! Anyway, although these photos were taken during my last week living downtown, this style has basically followed me all summer so far. It's just so easy to make cute and seem dressy. I usually just swap out the shirt and how I do my hair. Yep, pretty much it. And everyone always seems to think that maxi skirt or dress means "dressed up" but to me it just means comfort. Hello, no pants.
When these photos were taken, I was shopping around some of the boutiques in South Side and I kept getting compliments on my "pattern mixing" and this is a way to easily mix patterns, especially if you're a little worried about trying that trend. Since these patterns (polka dot headband, feather tank, cheetah sunglasses) aren't right up against each other, they are easier for the eye to accept and like. Just as a tip. Pattern mixing is quite possibly my favorite trend ever, so this is nothing for me, but I'm glad it's well liked. What do you guys think?
And because who doesn't love a good Polyvore style board:
Hope you all have a stylish weekend!