Funny story about this shirt, I bought it last year for my husband at Old Navy and he thought it the fit to tight however the morning after I need something to wear to the store so I threw on this shirt and the rest is history. There is something about wearing an man shirt that is nostalgic. Anyway, this spring I find myself mixing it with about every thing because of its subtle blue pinstripe pattern. Here I styled it with a floral J-Crew Pencil skirt. Mixing prints can be easy if you keep a few things in mind:
- Find a matching color- Find a color the is both pieces. In my case there was blue in my shirt and my floral shirt.
- Pick a theme- I went for everything spring to show off my floral skirt but it doesn't matter if it is a single color, boho or nautical, picking prints with similar theme can cohesively tie a look together.
- Keep the accessorizes subtle- I went for some sparkle around my neck to play of the casualness of my top but I kept the color neutral. adding a neutral shoe really adds to the look with out stealing the show.
Get the Look:
Skirt: J-Crew (similar)
Shirt :Old Navy (similar)
Purse: Micheal Kors (similar)
Watch: Micheal Kors (similar)
Shoes: Charlotte Russe (similar)
Necklace: Ross (similar)