Crane Prints From the Past

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I’m a HUGE fan of the styles from the nineties so when I saw some nineties trends start hitting the stores I was quick to jump on to them. Do you remember those huge platform shoes, fruity clear lip gloss, and slap-on bracelets? These were some of the most important staples to have as a nineties gal. One trend that I really loved was all the Asian prints with floral or crane designs. I have several more Asian styled prints that I can’t wait to share with you.

High Rise Cuffed Denim Shorts

This crane printed, cropped top button up has become one of my favorite tops to wear. I love how vibrant and bold the print and colors are. Of course I paired this with a pair of simple high waisted shorts that are also from Forever 21. I kept this look simple and added my knotted gold choker, of course you can already guess where I got it from. 😉

Taylor Ankle Booties

These booties from Guilty Soles just goes with everything. I’ve been wearing them with a lot of my outfits since they’re so casual and comfortable. What really made me fall in love with these booties is this pinky/nude color. Although, it’s a fairly simple shape, the color is fairly unique in my opinion. I wore them back here in our “Lost in Pretty Pastels” post. 🙂

So what do you think of this trend? Love it or hate it? I’d love to know!

Seeya soon, babes! <3

Comments

  1. I love the pink boots! I never wear boots with shorts but I might have to try it out now.

  2. Ah! I love this outfit! The crane shirt is so cute. And I love the booties you paired with it! Thanks for the style inspo!

    xx, Taylor (thesprinkle.tayloramead.com)

  3. Oh I love 90s style and I am glad that it is back! <3 And i love your hairstyle! You look so cute! I had pink hair too but that was long time back! 😛 Haha! Have a great weekend girl! 🙂
    Lots of Love,
    Shivangi
    http://www.outoncatwalk.com

  4. This is such a cute look. I don’t usually wear such bold patterns but if you keep everything else muted it works. And I love those little booties!

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