I am always appreciate of your comments about how I do pattern mixing so well. I have to let you on a little secret, I tend to keep my pattern formula pretty simple. I stick with patterns that I like and just repeat.
Stripes and leopard falls into a combo that is something that I love and keep repeating in many of my outfits.
You can get some ideas how often it's repeated since I started blogging 4 years ago. Stripe top with leopard jeans, stripe shorts with leopard shoes, stripe dress with leopard shoes, Stripe top & cardigan with leopard shoes, Stripes dress with leopard belt, Stripe pants with leopard shoes, Stripe top with leopard purse, Stripe top with leopard belt, stripe dress with leopard belt and stripe skirt with leopard scarf.
If pattern mixing is out of your comfort zone, I find that it's easiest to do in in accessories. This outfit actually has 3 patterns (polka dots that are so subtle on the jacket, stripes & leopard). If you take away the leopard purse, the outfit will not feel as overwhelming with too many patterns.
I do love the mix of these patterns and the this color combo always feels so classic for me.
WHBM Belt Similar
H & M Necklace Similar
WHBM Calfhair Satchel Similar
WHBM Demi Sandals Similar
My throw back is from Jan 2014 when I wore leopard jeans with a stripe top. Original post here
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