Are you comfortable with pattern mixing? Since reading fashion blogs, I have branched out and have had a lot of fun with mixing patterns. Before blogging, I stuck with 1 pattern and solid colors. Little did I know that by pattern mixing, you really get a bigger stretch with your wardrobe.
If you want to try pattern mixing but not ready to jump into the deep end, I recommend getting something that has a pattern but it's tonal in coloring. Take these pants, you can barely see the polka dots (take a look at the last picture and I promise you there really are polka dots). With such a subtle pattern, you can pretty much wear whatever you want with them. Today, I am pairing it with a stripe beaded bib top from J Crew for an extremely subtle pattern mixing.
How do you feel about pattern mixing?
J Crew Sleeveless Beaded Zip Top Same on Clearance
Ann Taylor Dot Ankle Pants Similar
Loft Cardigan Similar
BaubleBar Crystal Mason Ring Same
BaubleBar Lighting Teardrop Cuff Same
Yuni Kelley Bracelet Same
Banana Republic Wedges Similar
A throw back to all the way back to Jan 2015 on how I wore these polka dot pants (original post). Again, due to the subtle polka dot pattern, it's easy to match it up with any pattern. I paired these with a heart print top.
Linking up with these fabulous ladies:
Mix and Match Fashion's Work Style, Living in Color, Sincerely Jeanna Marie, Pastries, Pumps & Pi, Penniless Socialite & The Tiny Heart's Look What I've Got, A Labour of Life, Lisa a La Mode, Curly Crafty Mom, Two Thirty-Five Designs, Penniless Socialite, Style Elixir, Rachel the Hat, Fashion Should Be Fun, Classy Yet Trendy & Birdie Shoots.
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