Forget about the dullness of plains, and start recalling the luring look of stripes that somehow has been forgotten by some. The distinct appearance of prints, specifically floral prints, creates a huge personality that becomes unrivaled even not during summer. Because of this, some traditional prints like stripes begin to be ignored, and the influence of floral prints continues to be superior. Nonetheless of the trend dominance, why not try to combine these two different patterns and see what can be formed out of it.

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What I’m wearing: Top from Alison Bel | Skirt from Keep It Cool Shop | Flats from Parfois

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Commonly, floral printed tops are paired with plain muted bottoms –getting stuck and maintaining this kind of look maybe fashionable, yet growing a unique ensemble remains invincible. So I tried putting up a piece of floral printed top and vertical stripes bottom.

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The top is not overwhelming, but it balances the heavy print of stripes and its color also gives a great impact to the whole ensemble. This kind of get-up is also perfect for petites because even though the skirt consists of bold stripes, it has an accurate length that does not create an illusion of being heavy.

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This top from Alison Bel has rare floral print; unlike the usual floral printed apparel, it has less color and summer vibe yet it built another character of elegance through its muted shades. This top may not be as colorful and as lively as summer but it has its own sophistication that made more obvious by its cut and style.

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This skirt from Keep It Cool Shop is not your typical skirt, because of the inimitable placement of zippers that makes it more stylish.

Photos by Seph Cham