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Fashion Refined ~ Mixing Prints with Peter Pilotto for Target

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Top: Peter Pilotto for Target | Pants: NYCO | Heels: Guess (similar) | Necklace: NYCO (old) | Bracelets & Earrings: c/o Adorned Boutique | Purse: Steve Madden (similar) | Watch: Michael Kors | Lips: Revlon Lip Butter in Cotton Candy | Nails: The Lady Varnishes Come Back to Me

Hey dolls! The fashion world was abuzz three weeks ago with the latest Target designer collaboration. I just recently became familiar with the Peter Pilotto brand and his amazing eye for prints. Once the lookbooks were released, I carefully planned out which items I wanted to try on and I’m pleased to say that I was able to easily purchase everything I wanted. One of the first items to catch my eye was the light blue floral and striped sweatshirt. I also picked up this red dress and green floral shirt from the Peter Pilotto for Target release.

Since the weather is still not quite warm enough for short sleeves or lightweight dresses, I wore the sweatshirt first. I’ve been trying to practice my ability to mix prints, so I thought this sweatshirt would be a great challenge. After my no buy ended at the beginning of February, I picked up a few things from NYCO during their $100 off of $200 sale, including these polka dot printed pants. They are super comfortable and I thought the pattern was just subtle enough to mix well with the graphic sweatshirt. For an additional pop of color, I added pink and yellow accessories. The Michael Kors Watch Hunger Stop watch was a Christmas gift from hubby that I just love. It also goes along with a great cause as each watch purchase provides 100 meals to children in need through the United Nations World Food Program. My bestie, West of Confessions of a Blog Vixen, braided my hair into this fab updo, which held up nicely for two weeks (she posted about this look here).

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What are your thoughts on mixing prints? Happy Friday dolls!

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10 Responses to “Fashion Refined ~ Mixing Prints with Peter Pilotto for Target”

  1. Lisa N. says:

    Great outfit! I love how the yellow bag pops here :)

  2. PolishedtoPrecision says:

    Our twinsie watch looks great!! Love this look and those pants are perfect to match with the sweatshirt. I think I have those pants, but I passed on this sweatshirt at the release. Can we say mistake?! Haha! Good look as usual and the bag gives an awesome pop of color.

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  4. Stephanie LovestruckLacquer says:

    OMG THOSE SHOES!!! I am seriously in love with them!!! I have a bit of a shoe problem lol… I think you did a good job putting this outfit together… there are different prints and colors going on but it works really well together :) I agree that the polka dot print is subtle enough to match well with the sweatshirt… i love polka dots probably my favorite print!

  5. Goodlacknail says:

    I LOVE that sweater! And mixing it with the pants is an awesome idea. Also, how pretty are you!!! WOW!

  6. drinkcitra says:

    You’re such a model! Your hair and whole outfit looks fabulous! <3

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  8. Deborah says:

    Can I just say I absolutely ADORE your hair?! It’s epic!

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