• Stephanie Rodgers

Mixed patterns outfits

This post is sponsored by Sugarhighshop

Guys... I'm back in Miami and over heels excited to talk about 2 things first one It's I am nominated for South Florida bloggers as a Lifestyle Blogger of the Year and you can Vote on the website soon. With Fall coming to a slow fade , I'm starting to adjust the wardrobes accordingly you know what that means?... the temp is dropping, the hair and nails are getting darker, the boots are getting out of the closest , and I can't get enough of pumpkin EVERYTHING.

-OK.. I live in sunny South Florida, so half of that doesn't apply to me!. actually I don't like pumpkin either, Lol so 90% of that doesn't apply to me.

BUT whatever, seasonal cliches are fun you know.!

Today we gonna talk about a risky trend. I am not talking about sexy cut-outs or mini skirts. I am here to show you best ways on how to wear print on print. . Believe me, after seeing these awesome outfit ideas you will master the art of mixing prints and the potential outfit options will wildly increase. Practice is all you need!

There is one very important tip to follow while mixing your favorite prints: stay in the same color family. As long as the prints have at least one color in common, you can use contrasting colors. Match colors, not prints. If the colors look good together, then you better It’s always fun and cool to create new outfits with bright patterns. Speaking of other rules of mixing prints, then they are total bullshit! It’s the way you look and feel. If they look good together, then I don’t see reason why you can’t wear it. Read on to see how to mix patterns and textures.

When I think transitional pieces we instantly gravitate towards staples like lightweight cardigans and ankle booties for your transitional wardrobe as well since they come in a variety of lengths and sleeve styles. Because we’re still very much in the throes of summer -'' Fall''.

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