The Pollock Jacket Mixed With Our Blue Graphic Tee
A couple of weeks ago when I debuted our first graphic tee on the blog, we got an amazing response, lots of orders and a lot of great comments about offering more of them. I was hoping for this kind of response, since I personally love graphic t shirts mixed with jackets, and your reaction confirmed that we are on the right track.
Today I am presenting you with our second Grifflin Paris graphic t shirt, this time mixed with our Pollock print jacket. You have seen me style the Pollock jacket before here and here. This graphic tee is a little different than the first one, as it is made out of a wonderful soft georgette fabric on the front and really soft knit on the back, giving it a more luxurious and soft hand. The front is an ivory georgette with a graphic print in beautiful shades of navy and blue and some wording. Because of the front being made of a georgette, I do want to mention that it is a little sheer so you may need to wear a camisole underneath. The back is solid navy knit that is soft and fluid and it is a little longer than the front.
I I styled them with my white skinny jeans but as you can imagine it will look great with blue jeans or even a bright colored bottom like red pants or skirt.
I wanted to share a few tips in mixing prints or patterns together:
- Choose two patterns that are different sizes. Small mixed with big is always more interesting than the same scale pattern
- Mix two different kind of prints, for example floral with geometric
- If you choose the same pattern make sure the two are in different size. For example, mix small floral pattern with big floral pattern
- Make sure the two prints at least share one color in common
- It is always good to break out the look with one solid element
Our 24 hour Flash Sale today is on our Pollock Jacket and Grifflin Paris Blue Graphic Tee, where you can get 15% off both items with code FS322 plus free shipping. You can purchase the Pollock jacket Here and the Graphic tee Here.
How do you like mixing patterns together and how do you like this look?
Pollock Jacket – Jacket Society
White jeans – The Gap
Mules – Vince Camuto
Bag – Prada
Belt – Ann Taylor