Blair trend- Prints

17 May

Prints are an eye-catching way to bring your outfit bang up to date, and Miss Waldorf is all too aware of this fact. Hence, her collection of beautiful print dresses and coats:

Of course, being Blair, she isn’t stepping out in Hawiian print shirts. Oh no. She has achieved an elusive goal: making eye popping prints demure and lady-like.

Maggie Gyllenhaal’s 2010 Oscar dress is a prime example of this:

She treads the thin line between eye catching and lady-like, and she does it with pizzaz and style, much like our own dear Miss Waldorf. But how do we, us mere mortals who don’t have the benefit of an army of stylists, achieve this look?

Well, like this:

The print is what makes the look, it’s the meat of the outfit. Luckily this flower-print babydoll dress is well up to the job.

An unusual shoe is need to take this outfit up a level, and these delightful heeled brouges do just that. I’m a brouge cynic, but even I fell in love with this adorable pair. Plus, the heavy shoe is lovely contrast with the floaty material of the dress.

This adorable white pearl handbag gives the outfit a classy boost, and the pearl and flower bracelet don’t hurt.

A bold necklace is needed, since the dress is quite low-cut, and this flower necklace delivers the goods without distracting us from the print of the dress.

Last but not least, a Blair Waldorf hairband gives this outfit and Upper East Side twist, ready for any aspiring Park Avenue Princess. Very garden-party-in-Central-Park.

Where to buy

Bow Print Babydoll Dress, £45 – Miss Selfridge
Daisy Pearl Handbag, £55 – Coast
Britney Low Heels, £69.99 – Red or Dead at Schue
White plate flower bracelet, £9 and White plate flower necklace, £12 – Both Dorothy Perkins
Swirl Flower Aliceband, £16 – Topshop

And here’s my style look, courtesy of

I apologise for the shoes…the choice of shoes at looklet are appalling, and the few ones that they do have always look…well, weird. They have a fab choice of dresses though.

Hugs and kisses,



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