|Floral Peplum Meet My Favorite Cardigan|
I still love prints and patterns but I find myself being drawn more to muted hues and solids here lately. Of course, when I see a print I love, I can’t help myself. When I picked this top up in store, the sales girl said that this print was much better in person than online. I didn’t know what she meant at first because I loved it in person, then I realized when I went looking for it that it really doesn’t pop online. It sure does in person though, it was the first thing that grabbed my attention in the store. Plus, Gemma wanted to eat it, so I think in baby language that’s approval. I really want to find a few different ways to wear a print before I truly commit to it. This top definitely has muted hues so it’s easy to pair with my closet full of neutrals. In fact, it matches oh-so-perfectly with one of my favorite cardigans lately, this one from Nordstrom. It’s kind of an oatmeal meets pale pink hue in person (I know it’s hard to tell online!) and it matches this top just perfectly. I’ll never not love a matchy-matchy situation. Should we warn Gemma or just let her figure this out? I agree, let’s go with the latter. You can find this top here (or in a dress print, too!) and this cardigan here in a range of shades. I’m in the ‘tan memoir’ hue, which incidentally is the name of my book about when I used to not use sunscreen. Let’s talk these mules. They are exactly what I was looking for in a pre-spring shoe. Sometimes I get in a shoe slump when it’s in between seasons. Like I’m kind of over booties but I’m not ready for open toe shoes or sandals. So this shoe solves that problem. It’s like a part-time bootie, but full-time mule; the best of both worlds really. I have a feeling I’ll be living in these come springtime. For under $150, they are a really great quality and super comfortable. You can find them here! The post Floral Peplum Meet My Favorite Cardigan appeared first on Kendi Everyday.
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