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Mixing Animal Prints

by Caity S., Stylist & Fashion Blogger from San Francisco, United States

8 comments · April 9, 2013

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  1. Top Handle Bag

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    Zara

    , in Zara Bags
  2. Skater Skirt

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    Zara

    , in Zara Skirts
  3. Vintage Necklace

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    Sasha Maks Vintage

    , in Jewelry

Animal prints for daytime can be a challenge to pull off – You want the look to be fun and eye-catching, but not tip the scales into tacky-ville. We’ve all seen one of those. And cringed. My number one tip for making an animal print – Or two – Daytime appropriate is to pair the printed piece and/or accessory with a solid colored piece. Black or white both make great contrasts, as would a more neutral hue like tan or nude.

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Comments (8)

Vassy M.
This is definatelly your type of skirt! I must say once again that it looks great on your legs! Love the bracelet too :)
Caity Shreve
Thank you! I'm a weeee bit obsessed. :)

  

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