March 09, 2012

Flower Power


{ Coat: H&M (old) // Bustier Tank: Wilfred (Aritzia) // Trousers: H&M // Shoes: Aldo (old) // Bag: Chanel // Sunglasses: Marc by Marc Jacobs // Necklace: Spike the Punch // Rings: random and David Yurman }




{ Photographed by Eleanor Chow }

If you follow me on Instagram or Twitter, you would have seen a photo of me wearing these new floral trousers from H&M last week. They really are the best $14.95 I've spent. This print and all of its incarnations (it's availabe in a blazer, top and blouse) are slowly cropping up in the fashion blogosphere and it's easy to see why. They're such an easy and affordable way to incorporate Spring's floral trend. I decided to add my own twist and style the flower pattern with leopard print. Do you think the print mixing worked? What trends are you excited to try this Spring?

10 comments:

  1. Everything rocks! :)

    http://style-trigger.blogspot.com/

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  2. I love this! Those pants are fantastic...and with leopard print even better!

    Natasha ~ TashaDelrae.com

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  3. Love seeing floral and cheetah print together! It looks great!

    http://vivikstyle.blogspot.com/

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  4. yes i love mix prints when it's done right and u def got it right! loving the floral and animal print together! <3
    and i LOVE that spike the punch necklace! i've been waiting for her to restock!

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    1. You must stalk Spike the Punch on Twitter! That's where she updates when she restocks :)

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  5. I really want a pair of floral pants this spring!
    www.alwayssaygrace.com

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  6. Love the pants -- wore mine today!

    xo Ashleigh

    www.thedaileigh.com

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  7. Adore those pants, u made such a fresh twist by pairing them with leopard print!!! U're one lovely girl!:)
    xoxo

    Jelena
    glamfabchameleon.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you Jelena, you're very sweet :)

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