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Page 2 in the conversation "How do you style two-color prints?" by SarahD8
For me, I think tops are easier to incorporate (as I often wear them with jeans)... and a dress can work well with neutral footwear.
I have enjoyed this thread as it made me realise why a couple of pieces were passed on a little prematurely - a black and cobalt top - I liked it but only with black and then it became too dark a look for me, and a coral and white blouse - I struggled to find things to wear with it.
I have attached my two colour items in the finds below. The black and white is not a problem, nor are the dresses. The cardigan is new and not worn as yet. The blue and white boho blouse I only wear with white jeans......I don't like it with black nor blue jeans and don't have anything else to wear it with.
Sarah - it is white and the blue is very crisp, almost with a perwinkle tint to it. It would work with the right pink, coral or red pants, or possibly the right camel.......but I don't have pants in any of those colours.
I do wear jeans a lot but not in summer. I rarely wear a tank top with jeans because if it is hot enough to go sleeveless I don't want to wear jeans!!
Your last line made me laugh out loud. Good observation though - that if jeans are worn infrequently then you should not have many tops that only work with jeans........
Sal, I felt bad recently when I called you Jenni NZ, or maybe I called her your name. I forget which, but anyway, I feel relieved that you've now called me Sarah.
Haha I thought it was her reply rather than yours - oops sorry about that.
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