My Personal Style: Pepita And Leopard - Fall Pattern Mixing & Matching vol. 2 November 07 2015, 5 Comments
As I already mentioned before, I love mixing and matching different patterns. When done well, this kind of looks can be considered a form of art indeed! This time, I kept it simple, elegant and chic, so I went for two basic rules. If you only just started experimenting with prints, I suggest you try this technique for a "safe" beginning:
1. Keep your fabrics in the same colour family
2. Pick two different prints that share a colour
3. Choose one print to dominate and one as an accent.
You see, classic pepita pattern works really well with not so common white leopard print. The dominating piece in this look is pepita coat, subtly accented with out beautiful The Lie by JPZ white leopard tote. Leopard pattern is timeless and there should be leopard tote in every fashionista's wardrobe. This beautiful haircalf leather with white leopard print makes this bag the kind of statement piece, that can be easily combined with dark or bright colours and thus perfect for fall, winter and many other pattern mixing and matching experiments!
THE LIE BY JPZ pants, top & bag
NEW YORKER coat
CALVIN KLEIN & BVLGARI rings
EVIL EYE, GUCCI and golden vintage bracelets
RAYMOND WEIL vintage watch
STEVE MADDEN sandals
DOLCE & GABBANA sunnies