Print Mixing | Patty's Kloset

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Print Mixing

What I wore:
Scarf: Charlotte Russe | Belt: Forever21 | Boots: Forever21 | Clutch: JustFab | Jeans: Forever21









Happy Thanksgiving Eve!

I'm so excited to go back home to NY/NJ for the holiday weekend. Can't wait to eat, eat and probably eat again! Lol. Lord knows how many burpees I will have to do to burn of Thanksgiving. What are your plans for the holiday weekend?

I wore this outfit last weekend as the temperatures started to drop a bit over here. Of course that meant brining out my blanket scarf. This time I wore it a bit different than I usually do. I wore it as a cardigan and belted it around the waist to give it a fitted look. This is a nice alternative if you have a oversized scarf and want to wear it differently. This scarf is one of my favorites not only because of the color and print but it's really really warm. I paired it with my go to OTK boots this season and I also did a little print mixing by adding this leopard print clutch into the mix. I'm not a big print mixer but there's something about plaid and leopard together that just goes perfectly. Whoever said leopard print is a neutral was not lying, Lol!
Do you guys like these two prints together?




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Hope you guys have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving with your loved ones!
xo
 

5 comments :

  1. Great look mama, and love the blanket plaid scarf. I'm dying to style mine this way too. Also, I hope that you an your love ones had a happy Thanksgiving...xo

    Berty Morales
    Mad For Fashion For Less!
    https://madforfashionforless.wordpress.com

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    1. Thank you Berty! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend. xo

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  2. I love the look!

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  3. Love this look! I'm going to try wearing my blanket scarf like that too.

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