Stripes + Animal Print

Inspired by this fabulous print mixing post by the mother/daughter duo over at H&K Style Journey, I decided to take a baby step into the trend today.  I’m not a fashion risk-taker and admit to being a little too “matchy-matchy” with some of my past outfit choices.  But this trend looks like a lot of fun so I thought, why the heck not?

This shirt and these jeans have been paired up before but usually with my black loafers.  Yawn, boring.  The animal print flats are so much more fun and unexpected.   I’m really digging stripes with animal print.  

This outfit screams for something red, don’t you think? I found this necklace that I bought two years ago on an anniversary trip to Mexico. My hubby and I traipsed all over Playa del Carmen until I found it. Guess how many times I’ve worn it since then? Two, including today. I’m not sure why, I’ve always loved it.

These poor leopard print flats get worn out. They just happen to go with everything!

[Shirt: Target, Jeans: Old Navy, Watch: New York and Company, Earrings: Target, Shoes: Target]

It’s Your Turn:  Are you on board with the mixing patterns trend?  What’s your favorite way to mix it up?

Tell me in the comments! 

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    • PrettyOn says

      Thanks Sarah! It definitely puts your wardrobe in a whole new light. The possibilities are endless, if I can just get brave enough. :)

  1. says

    Love this look! Stripes and leopard has to be our favorite way to pattern mix. It’s a nice way to do the trend in small doses without looking like a crazy lady :) Thanks for the shout out!

    Heather & Kayla

  2. says

    Love it! Great way to dip your toes (literally!) into a trend. I always like these looks more than the over the top print mixing anyway. :)


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