Since the weather has turned colder, unique tights are my favorite way to keep warm. Whether they’re striped, brightly colored, polka doted, floral, or ombre you really can’t go wrong. I heard a great tip… when styling an outfit with unique tights, look at the print or bold color as a neutral. That way you can pair them with just about anything! Mixing prints is totally in, so don’t be afraid to do just that. I wore a bright blue pair with bows with my favorite little black dress. I got them at Forever 21! They were quite a steal… and I had the hardest time choosing between all their cute pairs. So, what do you think… are unique tights a do or don’t?
I am absolutely loving the tribal prints that seem to be popping up everywhere. I want them at home, in my wardrobe and even on my nails! Growing up in Arizona made me fall in love with Native American and tribal designs at a young age. These prints remind me the treasures and collectables I find at my grandparents home. I am especially lusting after this cozy sweater for the cold days to come.
Would you wear tribal print? See more of my tribal favorites on Pinterest.
Lately I am obsessed with anything and everything mint green. For my closet, desk, bookcase, kitchen and everywhere in between. I am especially lusting over a pair of mint skinnies for spring. This pair by Hudson are absolutely amazing! This pair from Urban Outfitters are the perfect shade and a little easier on the wallet… Are you a fan of mint? What color(s) are you loving for spring?
How gorgeous is this leather backpack by Yue?
I am completely in love with the neutral tones and buttery leather. I have always loved backpacks! I miss being a student for the simple fact that I have an excuse to buy a new one every year. Who says you have to go to school to justify wearing a backpack? I think this would be great for a summer afternoon picnic, or a winter day at the library. To me, this is the perfect carrying case for a laptop, a sack lunch and all my other essentials. If only I could afford the $460 price tag.
To purchase, visit Pour Porter.