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Mixing prints can be a fun way to make a statement, but I want to be sure I’m sending across the right message. Outfits are most often the first translator between you and the rest of the world, and sometimes what could have been a great look is easily spoiled by one tiny mishap. I had lots of meetings this day, so I wanted to look corporate and chic, but still exude my inner personality. I still needed to be careful in matching and mixing- but not be afraid to experiment so I got this printed pencil cut skirt and blazer from Sheryl Vicente. I honestly think these pieces are serious attention grabbers. I usually go for short length skirts but this one is an exception. The length makes it look really polished and sleek, plus the fuchsia color really pops out. Don’t be afraid to go for a large, eye-popping print– you can offset the bold statement by keeping the rest of your outfit more subtle like pairing them with this black top with dainty accessories. BMS.

Mels Collection necklace/ bracelets
Sheryl Vicente top/ skirt
Alexander McQueen belt
Givenchy bag
Feet for a Queen heels

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  1. Kerz
    5 years ago

    I like this outfit of yours, very corporate look but your accessories i love the most in here! XD

    1. admin
      5 years ago

      Thanks 😀


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