With the current print craze filling nearly every storefront (Cerato especially), we’re positive there’s no better choice for this month’s fashion muse! Dianna Agron has officially been dubbed the Print Princess of 2012. Her character on Glee, Quinn, could even take a few cues from Dianna’s quirky, fun and feminine style. So effortless and experimental, it seems to us she can do no wrong. We absolutely adore the idea of pairing an all-over print with a tied jean shirt. This look is relaxed, but chic, something we believe fashion should always be. Dianna is also the princess of mixing and matching, stripes and florals, bold prints and even bolder prints. We think it’s important to push the boundaries in the world of fashion, because honestly, who really wants to blend in when it’s so much more fun to standout? This is exactly why we chose Dianna as our current go-to for fashion musings. Her style is unique, fresh and full of surprise—a refined combination very few can say they’ve mastered.
We can’t help but notice how much these current in store pieces scream “Dianna Agron: Street Style.” From bold prints in A-Line dresses to quirky prints in sheer, blousy tops to even bolder prints in flowy fabrics, we think we’ve pretty much covered the must-haves of Dianna’s style.
Dianna-drenched pieces at Cerato:
Left: Jack by BB Dakota
Middle: Corey Lynn Calter
Right: Jack by BB Dakota
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No one said it better than Hal Rubenstein, “Diagonals are a girl’s best friend.” Let’s face it stripes can be scary. We have to consider the width, location and sometimes even the color. However, when those bad boys appear at an angle, we’re over the moon. So, in honor of stripes everywhere, we’re featuring the newest Jenny Han Chevron Dolman Tunic. In sunset hues, these lines are nothing but figure flattering from the neckline to the hem. If we haven’t convinced you at this point, here are three more reasons to add this piece to your spring shopping list!
Patterns and prints should definitely be on your radar this spring. And wearing them together—an absolute must! In this on the go look we’re giving you two reasons (colorful diagonals and leopard) to be experimental with your wardrobe. Stripes, and especially all over stripes, shouldn’t keep you from creatively pairing your print with a patterned shoe. We’ve chosen leopard, but the possibilities are near endless, so have some fun! Let the tunic and shoe be the stand out pieces, keeping accessories to a minimum (we love this look with a simple wrap watch).
Wearing this top for a night out is actually pretty simple. We understand the all over print can seem a little intimidating, but believe us, this tunic is just as versatile as a solid colored blouse (well, almost). Keep the bottom half of this look neutral with a black skinny jean and black platform pump (you can also try a chunky t-strap wedge) and let the accessories do all the work. We’ve chosen a mint green skinny belt to further accentuate the waist, cream clutch with gold accents and statement earring (we suggest gold to tie it all in). This colorful number will leave you feeling polished and spring-ready!
The warm weather and springtime vibes have definitely motivated our selections for this outfit, and we couldn’t be more pleased. We love the idea of pairing this blouse with a bright blue pencil skirt (the pleated ruffle detailing is an added bonus), refining the look with a nude pump. Add a few bangles or a chunky earring to complete the ensemble, but just be sure not to get carried away. This outfit is the epitome of in-office chic and we’re positive you’ll brighten the moods of even the dreariest co-workers.
Get the Look: Jenny Han Chevron Dolman Tunic; $160 (available at Cerato Boutique)
OTR: Pant: Kasil + Taylor (available at Cerato Boutique); Shoe: Madewell; Watch: Kristin Hassan (available at Cerato Boutique)
GNO: Pant: Kasil +Taylor (available at Cerato Boutique); Belt: Asos; Clutch: Zambos & Siega (available at Cerato Boutique)
WW: Skirt: Nanette Lepore; Shoe: Office; Bracelets: Kristin Hassan (available at Cerato Boutique)
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