Blouse: Lafayette 148 NY Skirt: Vince Camuto Pencil Skirt  Shoes: Diane Von Frustenberg (Pink sold out) Different Color HereSimilar Here

Happy Wednesday Swanksters! Today I’m giving you bold color and a yummy print. In Texas we aren’t afraid of either and I could not wait to get to Austin Fashion Week a few weeks ago to bust out this fabulous combination. For my bold color I went with one of my power colors Fuchsia on top (my blouse) and for my shoes, which I accented with a black and white marble printed pencil skirt. Now with my large donk (booty or butt for those that don’t speak Urban Swank) many are surprised that I wear prints on the bottom. Okay ladies here is the secret…you must make sure that the print hits you in the right spot. So I personally tend to go for smaller or more abstract prints on my textiles. For example, I would never wear an animal or character print design on my bottom, because that would be too much.

Do you have a power color that you love to rock? What are your thoughts about prints?


Until soon…Toodles!

~Felice “Swanky Girl” Sloan

Felice "Swanky Girl" Sloan

Felice is the co-founder and editor of Urban Swank. She focuses on food, beauty, and fashion.


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