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How to mix and match patterns

leota, how to mix and match patterns, leopard heels

Dress: Leota (15% off with newsletter sign-up) || Scarf: Leota || Heels: Steve Madden

Hey Fashionistas,


Wow, I can not believe that this year is almost over. Where did all those 300+ days go? I have no idea but I have a new look for you on my blog.

If you are still looking for a festive dress, I found it for you! I was recently gifted with this feminine dress and scarf from LEOTA. The quality of the dress and scarf is excellent. The fit of the dress just hugs your body in all the right places.

What I really like about the dress is the length. It has the perfect length for the office or any other event.

I love mixing colors and prints. For beginners, I would recommend taking a solid color and replace it with a monochromatic pattern in the same color and pair it to your other patterned piece.

In case you are a bit more experience with patterns or you want to try out new things. I recommend mixing two prints with one unifying color.

Remember in the fashion world we treat leopard as a neutral color. That basically means you can pair a leopard piece to each and every outfit you are wearing.

For experts or crazy gals out there. I recommend wearing two patterns with one color that those two patterns have in common. The easiest way to add a third pattern to the outfit is by adding either a neutral pattern (like leopard) or a monochromatic pattern. Always keep in mind not to forget mixing up print sizes.

I am wearing this flower dress with a flower scarf and a pair of leopard heels. I treat the leopard heels as a neutral color and the flower dress and flower scarf unite since they both contain red.

Try to mix and match patterns and see how it works for you. Start by replacing a solid color with a monochromatic pattern and work your way up.  

Thanks for stopping by!

leota, how to mix and match patterns, leopard heels

leota, how to mix and match patterns, leopard heels

leota, how to mix and match patterns, leopard heels

leota, how to mix and match patterns, leopard heels

leota, how to mix and match patterns, leopard heels

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