The high-low trend is baaaack- or perhaps it never left considering I bought this Brandy Melville number a mere 2 years ago in SOHO. To some this would be considered practically “vintage” *hairflip* me: *rolls eyes*  but, I like to pride myself on my ability to predict what will stay trendy for years and what gets put on the “worst dressed list” next season. That way I know what to splurge on, what to keep around season after season, and what to buy at more affordable places like Urban OutfittersTopshopNasty GalAnthropologie and ASOS (who always just so happens to be having a sale at the moment btw!)

Ive been seeing the high-low trend at places like Nasty Gal with their Pink Cameo Wind top, and their Making Me Blush Tee, ASOS with their Oasis High Low Maxi and Urban Outfitters with their Classic Oversized Graphic Tee. But designers like Wilt, BCBGMAXAZRIA, and Twelfth Street By Cynthia Vincent are also showing us how they do this trend in their own way. Check out the different styles and make it your own like I did by pairing mine with a Vanessa Mooney NecklaceKaren Walker sunglassesFurla bagRag & Bone jeans, and Jeffrey Campbell Litas.