Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Graphic Floral Print
A good graphic print can really change an outfit. I found this top at Old Navy months ago when spring seemed like a distant dream. There is something Warholian about it. Maybe it's the repetitive print and the mimic of a thick paint stroke. As you can probably tell, I was just waiting for a day like today to pair it with something bright for a more impactful look. It's nice to know that it can just as easily add panache to casual jeans or shorts. I am basically obsessed with finding pieces for my wardrobe that can be both appropriate for work and "not work".
I threw on a blazer to help with the air conditioning at work.
Thrifted Evan Picone blazer
Old Navy top
Thrifted Ann Taylor shoes
Vintage cloisonne bracelet (gift)
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