I am so picky when it comes to graphic tees. Basically I won’t wear any graphic tee unless it is a rocker tee of a band I like. But when I saw this shirt at Target, of all places, I thought it was pretty badass…not the kind of shirt you think you would find at good old Target.
I don’t think I even have to say it, but I love a good juxtaposition. So dressing this tee up with my favorite pleated bronze skirt and some major statement jewels is the way to go, at least for me. Plus, I think red and gold paired together looks pretty fabulous.
There is nothing wrong with wearing bold, sparkly, red carpet worthy jewelry with clothes other than a gown. So that’s what I did.
How fabulous are these Cameo Drop Earrings from the 1940’s?! They’re vintage and would also look so pretty with a ballerina bun. Speaking of hair, I’m realizing that I need more blonde highlights at my root area. Nothing like a close-up picture to remind you of something that bothers you, right?
There are so many juxtapositions going on in this outfit from the graphic tee paired with a glam, girly skirt, the red carpet worthy earrings, and lastly, the vintage ’80’s bracelet.
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My tips for combining a bunch of different styles and eras into a cohesive look:
+ Keep the color palette neutral or stick to 2-3 colors
+ Uncomfortable mixing and matching your clothes? Try it with your accessories. For example, pair big hoop earrings with a dainty necklace and a structured, girly handbag.
+ Keep the focus in one place, whether it’s a great pair of wide leg pants with an ode to the 70’s, or with a graphic tee as seen above.
Do you like mixing and matching styles and eras?