Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Neon-Striped Sweater and a High Low Skirt





Photos: Katie Derus | Sweater: Vince Camuto | Flower Pin: F21 | Skirt: F21 (similar from Urban Outfitters) | Shoes: L.A.M.B. | Sunglasses: Karen Walker Perfect Day | Bag: Tory Burch | Bracelets: J.Crew (similar here), Express (similar here), Common Era, Boutique

The neon-yellow-and-khaki Vince Camuto sweater I'm wearing in this post is one of my favorite new spring pieces. It incorporates both the ubiquitous neons-and-neutrals and stripes trends, and it's lightweight and soft, making it perfect for wearing on its own or for layering when the weather is a little cooler.

In this post, I decided to style it in a way that's both fun and a little edgy to easily go from day to an evening out. In my next post, I'll show you another way to style this that's a little more casual and preppy for a chillier spring day. Just so you know, readers, my next couple posts will be scheduled as I'm taking a little vacation in a couple days--but don't worry, any questions or comments you might have will be answered as soon as I get back!

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19 comments:

  1. I love the hi-low skirt on you - super cute!! ;-)

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  2. Such a fun combo! Stripes and polka dots is one my favorite combinations, and even better that the stripes are neon!

    Mix and Match Fashion

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  3. Two great pieces. I'm obsessed with the neon yellow of your sweater.... And stripes.... So it's just perfect :)

    Milena

    www.milenalovesthis.com

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  4. Lovely outfit, I love the look of hi-low skirts! Really cute xx

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  5. Your skirt is so beautiful! I love how you paired it with the bright yellow!

    xo, Abbey (District Dress Up)
    http://abbeybrandon.blogspot.com/

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  6. I have been dying for a hi-lo skirt! I can't seem to find one that fits. The quest continues...you look amazing!

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  7. I love the skirt! What a great way for a petite to get away with a long skirt!
    littlelaurascloset.com

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  8. love this - the colours are amazing on you! this is an edgy look but you still made it very feminine. xox

    http://phiphi-phiphisblog.blogspot.ca/

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  9. Love this look- great pattern mixing, fun pop of colors, a pretty flower brooch and those heels are stunning! I saw the skirt the other day in store but unfortunately they did not have my size!!

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  10. Wow! LOVE this outfit! You look gorgeous!
    Love your blog! Would you like to follow each other?
    Have a fabulous day!

    xo Vivian
    Flightgirl Fashion

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  11. So fun! What a cute color combo and the hi-lo skirt is so pretty.

    Helen

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  12. I love the asymmetrical line of the high low skirt and you look so effortless in those high heels ! I love it !

    xx,
    Iqra

    masaladiary.blogspot.com

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  13. Very fun and edgy indeed. You are always so cute and ladylike that's what I love about your outfits. This neon top is perfect for spring but I can totally see it during the winter layered with something too. Love the bright flower broach too. That's my fave! :)

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  14. Officially loving every.single.piece used here. Esp. those shoes :)Your flower pin looks like ban.do but for much less! I like the mixing of patterns, too.

    xx
    The Fashionable ESQ
    http://www.thefashionableesq.blogspot.com/
    (PS: I have a giveaway going on - stop by?)

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  15. Have a good vacation. Such a pretty skirt.

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  16. I love high-low skirts but they don't love me. I always feel very poser-flamenco when I wear them. You, however, look amazing in that outfit.

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  17. Love it, you look great! Nice post!

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  18. Nice heels on a beautiful girl with lovely skirt and beautiful legs she is looking god damn!!appealing

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