NYFW | Printed BluesNYFW | Printed BluesNYFW | Printed BluesNYFW | Printed BluesNYFW | Printed BluesNYFW | Printed BluesNYFW | Printed BluesSkirt: c/o Ted Baker {similar & similar} | Peplum Top: c/o Torn by Ronny Kobo | Coat: TJ Maxx {identicalsimilar} | Heels: BGBGeneration {similar} | Handbag: Kate Spade {similar} | Sunnies: Boutique | Lips: STILA ‘beso’ lipgloss | Hair-do c/o DreamDry NYC
Photos by Dan Chiz of DanChiz.com

Mix and matching prints has become one of my favorite morning challenges. I brought this skirt + jacket combo not having the printed peplum in mind {how could I when I visited the Torn by Ronny Kobo showroom while in NY!}, the outfit just came together perfectly with the pieces I already had in my suitcase…it’s that just the best?!

I know black + blue is still a huge ‘no-no’ for some, but as long as the hues have enough contrast, it’s totally something you can work with!Shop the Look

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Love lt. <3

Oh my gosh, you look amazing in this post! So polished and feminine! I love your hair like this! And I’m with you, black & blue is a big yes in my books! Love it!

GORGEOUS! One of my fave color combos!

XOXO, Jenn
The Stylish Housewife

    I’ve been playing with black + blue a lot more lately, really loving it!

GORG! Love the photographs!

Kristin I love absolutely everything about this outfit on you! So pretty! Great TJ Maxx find. 😉

    Right?! I seriously got SO many compliments on it that day, such a good find.

Gorgeous. Love the cobalt and peplum. Gorgeous outfit.



Great pattern mixing & lovely photos.

Absolutely stunning – blue & black has always been one of my fave color combos & your hair looks amazing here!!


    Thanks doll! Wish I did it myself…all the credit goes to DreamDry lol. I feel like I need to take a braiding class or something, I’m useless in that arena.

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