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THREE WAYS TO WEAR: BLUE SUEDE

You might remember some of our new blue pieces from last week’s post on the perforation trend.  Bethany tried the blue suede shorts with a matching perforated jacket, and all of us here at stylehaus fell in love with the color.  Those two pieces actually arrived with another blue suede friend, a classic shift top, and the three can be mixed and matched in endless ways!  Here’s how all of our stylists are rocking the look:

 

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Long blue shorts get an edgy update from a perforated biker jacket.  A neutral gray tank lets the cobalt blue pieces shine, and classic pumps are a simple finishing touch.

 

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No need to mix things up too much!  The blue shorts look great paired with a matchy-matchy top, as seen on stylist Jessica.  A big black top-handle purse breaks up the all-over color, and hot pink lipstick pairs perfectly with blue!

 

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Not a matchy-matchy girl?  No problem.  Stylist Janelle rocks the blue jacket with black skinny jeans and a purple and white striped top.  This look seamlessly mixes edgy & preppy, and we love it.

All pieces available at stylehaus, e-mail jessica@stylehaus for sizing and pricing details.

 

Trend Report: Mix ‘n Match

Long gone are the days of matching your handbag to your shoes. Or even your top to your bottoms. Lately, we’ve been more than intrigued by the mix and match trend turning up on both the runways and the streets. Intimidated by this tricky trend? Start by pairing pieces that are in the same color family, like Whitney Port did. Work your way into prints that are complementary colors to avoid looking like you got dressed in the dark. This is clearly a trend to play around and have fun with!

photos courtesy of  peoplestylwatch.com

Olivia Palermo, Whitney Port, Kelly Osbourne, Diane Kruger

Trend Report: Mix 'n Match

Long gone are the days of matching your handbag to your shoes. Or even your top to your bottoms. Lately, we’ve been more than intrigued by the mix and match trend turning up on both the runways and the streets. Intimidated by this tricky trend? Start by pairing pieces that are in the same color family, like Whitney Port did. Work your way into prints that are complementary colors to avoid looking like you got dressed in the dark. This is clearly a trend to play around and have fun with!

photos courtesy of  peoplestylwatch.com

Olivia Palermo, Whitney Port, Kelly Osbourne, Diane Kruger