There are so many reasons to wear a bright printed top. Here are some of my favorites:
1. It matches with all your accessories.
Neutral or bright accessories, you choose! A patterned top with lots of colors is sure to match whatever purse you decide to bring or jewelry pieces you choose to wear. Here, I brought along a neutral clutch, but a bright bag would look just as cool. I chose a pair of purple dangle earrings to up the fun factor, but they would look just as great with a pair of black tassel earrings or gold statement earrings.
2. You can save on luggage space.
This might sound like a silly one, but if you over-pack for your trips like I do, a colorful printed top might just do the trick to save you some luggage space. Since it pairs with lots of bottoms such as shorts, a maxi-skirt, or a pair of skinny jeans, you can get away with bringing less items and still have plenty of stylish, fun outfits - perfect for summer trips.
3. It uplifts your mood!
It's proven that color affects the way we think, act, and even perform at school and work. How could one be down wearing lots of color? I'm convinced that bright-colored pieces make people happier...unless you hate color. Haha! That's a different story though. Does anyone here dislike color?
TOP floral crop blouse | SHORTS zara (similar here) | PURSE bought in Hong Kong | SHOES lace up ballet flats (on sale for $21.50! other favorites linked here, here, and here) | EARRINGS kendra scott danielle
This colorful printed top is such a fun addition to my closet. The first time I wore it out was at 7 am to meet a friend for coffee, and the barista at the shop told me he loved that it looked like a watercolor art piece! This blouse can stand alone as a statement piece with neutrals, but it also pairs with lots of accessories to create a really fun outfit - perfect for a summer trips with the family or dinner with girlfriends. Did I mention this top is under $20? A serious steal.
Thank you for stopping by! I hope you're having an awesome week. I'll be studying for two finals: one in an engineering mechanics class and the other in computer programming. Hopefully, the finals won't be too terrible. Stay tuned!
Photography by Kelly Rice
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