Tickled Pink: Blushing Zebras

I wrap up Pink Week today with a whimsical dress look that I’m planning to wear to work soon (the weather here took a cold turn, boo hiss).

Dress:  The Limited (Available here)
Blazer:  New York & Company (Available here)

The zebra print is so fun, but I love that it is almost abstract enough to also appear as just a pattern from a distance.

Necklace:  Shoxie.com (Available here)
Ring:  Purchased at local jewelry show
Earrings:  New York & Company (old)

The soft cream color has just the slightest pink tint, so this blush jacket was an easy pick to pair with the dress.

Purse:  New York & Company (old)

Black shoes and purse ground the look and give it a little more seriousness that makes it work appropriate.

Shoes:  Target (old)

Do you like animal prints on clothing?

For this blazer in another look, see here.

Author: Cassie

I'm the owner/publisher of Style Cassentials, a curvy and petite gal OBSESSED with fashion and strong believer in making clothes work for YOU! I love sharing advice on all things fashion, especially shopping and fit tips!

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  1. Cute dress! I'm crazy about zebra patterns lately.

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  2. Omg that dress! I looove zebra prints. I've been saying that they're in line to be the next "it" animal for ages. 🙂

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  3. Oh my I love this outfit, the print is so great I absolutely love how you can't really see the zebra's from far away and it just looks like a print. Oh and that blazer, I'm in love with it and I just checked the website for it too, but they only have small sizes left. But yeah I really like this outfit a lot, one of my favorites! 🙂


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  4. Oh this is such a fun dress, I love the fringe and the shots of you moving around is super cute! As for hem length I never used to get my clothes hemmed and I never realized how things were really long on me being a short girl. But now I really like to get my clothes hemmed above my knee because it makes me feel taller and that I'm not sinking in my clothes.


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  5. Thanks Nina! I am the same as you – I used to never hem dresses, and I agree about that "sinking" in your clothes feeling. It's amazing how much alterations can make you look taller and more proportioned.

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