November 13th, 2014
Campaigns

Miu Miu’s Mix

Miu Miu I started to warm up to prints in September, and now my eye has fully adjusted and I really love them. Miuccia Prada’s “groovy, psychedelic-tinged” resort collection for Miu Miu has some of the best. I wouldn’t wear them all mixed together, but one standout piece would be fun.

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AURELIE BIEDERMANN

Tangerine gold-plated necklace

ALTUZARRA

Campbell ribbed-knit cardigan

THE GREAT

The Army Nerd cropped stretch-twill skinny pants

ALTUZARRA

D'Orsay canvas espadrilles

ERDEM

Cordelia floral-print silk crepe de chine midi dress

BALENCIAGA

Button earrings

DIOR

J'Adior leather slingback flat

AURELIE BIEDERMANN

Marble ring

SOLUDOS

Frayed slip on espadrilles

GUCCI

Marmont embellished sandals

MONSE

Asymmetric printed stretch-silk satin top

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  • I don’t really like prints either, but this ad is simply beautiful, visually engaging !

    http://www.pardonmyobsession.com/

    carolineNovember 13th, 2014  8:56 AM

     
  • Agreed! Loved the pants on the runway

    EmilyNovember 13th, 2014  10:53 AM

     
  • Sometimes I think the mix of prints, almost cancels or balances the others out, making the whole outfit more neutral. But that may just be in the photograph, which is great – not sure in real life. I occasionally like a print dress, but that’s about it for me.

    KathyNovember 13th, 2014  11:10 AM

     
  • Love how they’ve done this campaign -beautiful!

    disneyrollergirlNovember 13th, 2014  11:59 AM

     
  • It’s the vest…Retro. Get out the crochet hook!

    LisaNovember 13th, 2014  3:27 PM

     
  • Love the cream, blue, black combo–in fact I’m wearing it right now!

    I am picky about prints, but when I find one I love I take the plunge.

    joannawnycNovember 14th, 2014  11:14 AM

     

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