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I’m forever trying to perfect the art of pattern mixing.  Awhile back, I remember reading on… If you can’t match it, clash it!  That’s what I did here!

top :: Prada (NM Last Call)
skirt :: Moschino Cheap and Chic (ebay)
earrings :: gifted from mom for bday
belt :: vintage Hermes (ebay)
boots :: Stuart Weitzman (Marshalls)
purse :: thrifted
I love both of these vibrant prints.  They don’t match.  So I decided to clash it!  {I tied everything together with the accessories – belt, bag, and boots.}  What do you think? 
Even the earrings are a different color!

Have you ever tried to “Clash It”?  What are your rules for pattern mixing?  (Inna, I know yours and I like it!)

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  1. You did a great job! That top and skirt are beautiful themselves, but pairing them together is just even better! Pattern mixing scares the crap out of me, but I have done it in small doses (stripes/florals, leopard/stripes, polka dots/stripes). That’s about all I can handle, lol! Heather

  2. You did an awesome job, love the mix of prints.

    I love mixing prints, it’s usually stripes with leopard or floral print.

  3. skippysays says:

    I’ve never tried “clashing it” but it looks AWESOME! Love love love all the vibrant colors and prints!

  4. JustPatience says:

    Love the mix of colors. The blouse is beautiful.


  5. I’m not brave enough to mix patterns much. My wardrobe is fairly boring compared to yours. You really do have a flare for fashion. :)

  6. I agree – I love mixing and contrasting print. I went to work today with a zebra print with leopard scarf ;) My co-workers said they were dizzy looking at me, not sure if that was a good thing :) I think this outfit works for you, I think the addition of the brown belt, bag and black shoes tone it down. Your hair is beautiful in these photos!

  7. Hmmm pattern mixing, I try to keep it all within the same colour scheme. I think you did an awesome job mixing the patterns and that blouse is beautiful! Prada at your NM last call center? That is a rarity in my neck of the woods ;)

  8. I’m loving this CLASH girl!!! Daring and Beautiful! I really like this! Sam, you are inspirational girl. You’ve taken it to a new level! I am bowing to you! :D

  9. Shels415 says:

    I love to mix prints! Usually do polka dots and floral, or leopard and stripes. You did a great job and pulled it off!

    Now following hope you do too!


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