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Remix: Two Ways To Wear Miss Patina Mermaid Shirt


It's been awhile since I've done a remix. They're still one of my favorite post types to do, but the whole changing between looks thing can be a bit tricky--do I run home between shots, change in the car, or just do a sly wardrobe change in the outdoors?
This change was pretty easy; I just had my shorts on underneath the skirt and whipped the skirt off when I had photographed the first set! The building behind me is an office building and I took the pictures after everyone had left for the day, so there was no one to witness that bit of ridiculousness! Anyway, here's a little remix featuring a sweet shirt with the cutest mermaid print on it. Do prints get any more adorable than this little mermaid one? Well this mer-cat print also by Miss Patina might be even more adorable, but personally I prefer the little swimming figures on this one. It's a delicate print that makes the white blouse quite unique without being over-the-top; you can mix this basic with so many other pieces in your wardrobe. For summer my styling is pretty simple; a good circle skirt or little denim shorts.

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*all pictures by me*
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12 comments:

Laura Mitbrodt said...

Your shirt is so cute, I love the print
xo
www.laurajaneatelier.com

Brennae Morgan said...

I love the second outfit!

Minnie Muse said...

I kind of have a small (BIG) obsession with mermaids so I think I need this shirt! Love how you styled it both ways....so classic:)
-Madison
www.minniemuseblog.com

Rebecca Henreckson said...

That last outfit though! I wish I could pull off such a darling look.

Jo said...

Are not circle skirts simply the best.And that shirt is tooo pretty for words.

Bella said...

Where did you get those gorgeous shoes in the first outfit from?? I need a pair like that in my life! x

Anonymous said...

Really like these Remix - posts!

Off topic, would you recommend buying Croon - shoes? Are you happy with your pair?
I'm very interested in them and already contacted the firm to ask about prices and shipping costs.
Handmade leather shoes sound divine, am just a little worried as there's no fitting and trying on before
ordering. Suppose I could ask them to give me centimeters before I decide which size to order.
Thought I'd ask how you felt about your purchase before I make mine :)

Rebecca, A Clothes Horse said...

@Belle that pair of heels is by Hushpuppies! :)

Rebecca, A Clothes Horse said...

@Anonymous, I only have one pair of Croon shoes so I can't speak to their quality across the board. My pair, however, is very comfortable; shoes usually rub my feet raw at first and these fit brilliantly and didn't give me a blister on the day I wore them. I definitely would ask all of questions you have on sizing and fit to the brand--you can never have too much information and ill-fitting shoes are the worst!

Jo said...

I have just noticed that you have taken these photos,Rebbeca. And lovely they are,too. I would imagine it's time consuming getting the pose;the background,and you,just right.
My friend,Rebecca takes lovely photos,too. It must be a Becky thing. X

Abby | Lace & Lilacs said...

Your hair is so perfect. LOVE <3

Rebecca, A Clothes Horse said...

@Jo, haha maybe it is a Rebecca thing, although I don't have any friends with my name so I can't confirm it for certain! :p But yes, it is time consuming but also so rewarding when you do get shots you like! It's definitely easier when I take pictures for other people or collaborate with someone.