In recent years, mixing different patterns has increased in popularity. This trend is tricky, but doable, and I shall show you how!
First off, it’s important to know that for every outfit, there should be a focus…max, 2 points of focus. Nothing else in your outfit should overpower the focus point, or else you will look like poo, which is no bueno.
1st Step: COLOR
When mixing different patterns, things can get crazy quick, so you want to use a soft color scheme, such as monochromatic or accented neutral. This will help blend the look together.
This color scheme uses the same family of colors, such as different tints and shades of blue or different hues of yellow, etc.
This color scheme combines white, black, gray, or beige with a bright color accent.
Also, make sure that there is one pattern that “wins out” and overpowers…
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“It’s lucky for the trees that they don’t have eyeballs, so they can’t discourage themselves with comparisons to the bigger, taller trees in the forest or loom superior to smaller growth. Be like the trees.”
Of course, this does not mean you have to take out your eyeballs…