print ‘n play

zara star blazer, new era leather cap

Zara blazer, shirt and bag | Lucca Couture shorts | New Era 9FIFTY cap

ONCE I start mixing prints, I have a hard time putting limitations on just how far to go. I’ve mixed stars and stripes together before, but decided to throw in some polka dots because WHY NOT?! If I had any style rules that were destined to be broken, they’d include: sometimes more is more; screw “in moderation” and boundaries are meant to be pushed!

xx, becs


  1. Emily
    May 21, 2012 @ 14:48:53

    pretty girl!
    i love all of your prints and the baseball cap! too cute!

  2. Lauren
    May 21, 2012 @ 19:29:37

    I LOVE it! I almost didn’t even notice you were mixing so many prints. I was definitely thinking of trying it in soon and posting on my blog!

  3. Ria
    May 22, 2012 @ 05:55:14

    This looks really great, nothing is too harsh or conflicty. Love the outfit.

  4. Couture Carrie
    May 25, 2012 @ 12:22:54

    Awesome mix of prints, darling!
    And I love that cap!


  5. Cafe Fashionista
    May 26, 2012 @ 06:11:23

    Honestly, I feel like you are one of the only people on the planet who can rock a baseball cap and look stylish and incredible. LOVE the construction of this one!

    As for the rest of the look…swooning at the print mixing. I have never seen more than two prints mixed, but I have to say that the effect is gorgeous. I like how you kept the color scheme in the same family. Gorgeous look, Becs! :)

  6. MizzJ
    May 28, 2012 @ 16:56:47

    I love print matching and you did it superbly here! All the prints are so different, yet have the same color family, so it all just fits. Good job :)

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