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Midi- Up Y’all

Loving to see that midi length are coming back in full speed. From TopShop to Carven these are on my Midi list for spring. Buy now and love them later.

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Why Am I So Mixed Up???

One of the trends I am falling in love with this week is mixing and matching patterns. I found a few pictures from some  fashionista’s who executed this trend effortlessly. When matching 3 or more patterns, it is important that they are not the same design. This will prevent your patterns from visually competing with one another. For example: A striped skirt should not be worn with a striped blouse. Instead, exchange one of the striped patterns for a geometric pattern. This will give you a more cohesive look. Make sure you do not over doooo your patterns. Do not exceed three different patterns in a single outfit.

Olivia is wearing a busy floral skirt and the striped shirt is a good contrast because of the muted beige and orange color. Bianca is wearing a leopard jumper and  mixed it up with different texture blazer. Margherita is the queen at carrying off multiple patterns. That is what Missoni is all about.

I took it upon myself to go shopping in my closet this morning and pick out a few looks that I will be wearing this week and sporting my love for this trend.

The leopard button up blouse ( Zara) is a busy top in itself. The polka-doted shorts I bought from Topshop complement the top without competing with it. By adding the Rebecca Minkoff croc embossed bag, I gave it an added texture dimension. The Mea Shadow cut out wedges work because they are a nude color that will blend into my skin and will make my legs appear longer. Lastly, I added the brown vintage belt to break up the patterns so it all look cohesive and flawless.

This Missoni Dress(shown below) works because of the monochromatic hues are in the same color family. The Yellow belt adds a pop of fun and yet is contrasting to the dress. Add a pair of leopard wedges that   is minimal,  only covering the toe’s. I would not suggest  full animal print bootie. A little shoe flair complements the dress and belt.

 

Mixing and matching patterns can be done outside of just your clothes. I wanted to take a picture of my living room to show you that contrasting can also be used in interior design as well. I love bright colors and different textiles in my apartment and wanted to share just how fun and easy it is to add some spice to a living area as well as you clothing.

The main reason why I love mixing and matching is because you can have so much fun and be creative. The key to this trend is not taking it toooo seriously. NOW….Go to your closet, have fun and enjoy.

 

 

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Trend Tuesday…

New York has been living up to the saying “April Shower will bring May Flower”.  I have been over the rain we have been getting over here on the east coast. With May right around the corner comes sunshine and warmer weather. There for,  I have been obsessing about the latest thing that I know is going to be everywhere this Spring.

Polka-dot’s are everywhere. I just bought a pair of cute TopShop polka-dot shorts for myself.

I found a few different looks that our favorite Celebs are rocking the PD. Anne is stepping outside the box and mixing and matching patterns, fabrics and is looking fresh. While Kelly O is a darling lady adding that the Rock n Roll appeal with her Leather Jacket.

Now look for yourself. Rather it be a cute dress, shoes, or shorts. You too can join in on one of this seasons funnest girly trends.

I found this cool Paul and Joe Dress that has the girly silhouette .

I also found these amazing Moschino Shorts from Net-a-Porter.com. 

No matter how you rock the Polka-Dot look this spring, Just know that you are going to be on trend, fashionable, and fabulous.

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