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March 21, 2012

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Primark car print bouse, Primark car print skirt, Forever 21 studded biker jacket, California fashion blog, Los Angeles street style

Primark car print bouse, Primark car print skirt, Forever 21 studded biker jacket, California fashion blog, Los Angeles street style

Primark car print bouse, Primark car print skirt, Forever 21 studded biker jacket, California fashion blog, Los Angeles street style

Primark car print bouse, Primark car print skirt, Forever 21 studded biker jacket, California fashion blog, Los Angeles street style

Primark car print bouse, Primark car print skirt, Forever 21 studded biker jacket, California fashion blog, Los Angeles street style

Forever 21 tan platform wedges, California fashion blog, Los Angeles street style

Primark car print blouse (similar) and skirt, Forever 21 studded biker jacket (denim version), wedges (similar), and rings


It's probably a good thing that Primark does not offer online shopping. If they did, I imagine that my productivity would dramatically decline due to exorbitant amounts of time spent browsing their site. When I go to London, their Oxford High Street store is one of my first stops.

Retro car prints generously applied to delicate, ladylike chiffon separates on a pastel background? An unlikely pairing that looks better than it sounds, if you ask me. Both the print and the pleated skirt appeal to my newfound appreciation for the 1950s, which was sparked thanks to Miuccia Prada, who can make me love banana prints one season and snake prints the next. Say what you will about her offbeat prints, I think her silhouettes are the true trendsetters. Full skirts, modest hemlines, and nipped in waists have been a long time coming.

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