Thrift Sisters Link Up: Stripes and Florals

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

This week the Thrifting Diva and I styling Stripes and Florals. It is amazing to see how similar our styles are when we reveal our looks to each other. Be sure to stop by Ayana's blog for details on how she rocked her mixed prints. I styled my button down with a pencil skirt. My look is under $15.

Top $4- J.CREW (Americas Thrift Store Marietta) 
Skirt $3- LAUREN Ralph Lauren (Americas Thrift Store Marietta) 
Shoes $4- Gianni Bini (Embellish Plus Consignment Boutique)
Total $14

Stripes and Florals are my favorite prints to mix. I consider it the classic mixed prints look because ir always looks so fresh, fashion forward and girly. It is a newbie's introduction to art of mixing prints. Thrifting makes it inexpensive and easy to try out this trend. The key to pulling of mixed prints is to make sure that you have the same color combination in both pieces. My color combination of choice was blue and white. I kept the accessories simple and the neutral shoes where a nice complement.

How do you rock mixed prints? What are your rules? 

Now, it’s time to jump into our Thrift Sisters link up!  Ayana and I launched our Thrift Sisters link up, encouraging you to post thrifted or thrifty priced items to this link up.  We are very appreciative of those who take the time to link up their great outfits.  This week’s featured Thrift Sister is Darlene from Whos A Pretty Girl. We especially love her snake print flats and thrifted safari jacket.  Check out her blog for great thrifty style inspirations.

Now it’s your turn to join us this week.  Please note that you can still link up  with us even your items are not thrifted.  We are looking for your favorite thrifted OR thrifty priced item.   Go ahead and link away for a chance to be featured as our next Thrift Sister!

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  1. I absolutely love your outfit! And those prices leave me a little speechless. I am looking forward to copying this once the weather warms up.

    All the best from Maryland