NspiredbyMimi | Target Haul
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29 Mar Target Haul

Happy Friday my loves!

Yesterday, I shared a Target try-on session with some of my favorite pieces from the line A New Day and received great feedback. So, I’ve decided to show you how I put together two of my favorite pieces and linked all the items from the try-on session below.

Adding more colors into your outfit can get old quick as there is only so many combinations of white, black, navy, or pink you can wear. So, I’ve added some patterns like stripes, plaid, and floral. Mixing patterns and prints to make an outfit is fun! A trick for pattern mixing is to stay within the same color palette and tones. If you don’t feel comfortable at first, start with accessories. Pair your outfit with some animal print shoes, a purse, or a belt.

I’ve had an obsession of mixing patterns and prints together especially when finding affordable pieces like this striped wide leg paperbag crop pants for $27.99 and polka dot top for $19.99. The pants are lightweight, comfortable, and perfect for spring/ summer. LOVE the high waist – it’s become a flattering piece for me because I can tighten the waist a little more with the belt. Funny thing is a couple years ago I HATED high waist bottoms because it made my butt look so flat, but all those squats I’ve been doing have finally paid off cha-ching! Then added a solid pale pink linen blazer to pull it all together. It is the perfect blazer for the office or a casual night out.

What are some pattern mixing trends you’ve tried or want to try? Feel fee to share some of your looks with me or tag me, I’d love to see!



Target Try On Haul

Wearing a small

Runs big
Wearing a 2

lightweight/ not sheer
Wearing a small

Runs big
Wearing a small

Runs small
Ruffle Shoulder

Wearing a small

3.5″ lenght