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I feel like it’s been too long since I brought y’all a good pattern-mix. Pattern-mixing is one of my favorite things to do for an interesting look, and fall is great for pattern-mixing since you have all the layers. Today’s look is the perfect pattern mix look for fall! I wore this outfit out to dinner while we were on our babymoon in Charleston, South Carolina.
Easy Pattern Mixing Formula for Fall
I know pattern-mixing can be so intimidating. But an easy place to begin is with a neutral pattern, like leopard. Repeat after me: Leopard is a neutral. Leopard is the fall equivalent of black and white stripes–it goes with everything! And leopard is a natural match for plaid! Yes, almost any plaid with go with leopard. Here, I’m wearing a blackwatch plaid top, but it also will pair really well with red plaid for the holidays:)
I love my leopard scarf, but you could also add a leopard clutch, a leopard skirt, or a leopard cardigan to pattern-mix with a plaid top.
Blackwatch Plaid Bell Sleeve Top
This blackwatch plaid bell sleeve top is a must-have for the holidays! I love the pattern and the way the sleeves are fashion. I purchased an XL, and it’s perfect for my second trimester bump, with some room to grow. The fabric is floaty and has some stretch to it. It can be dressed up or dressed down, depending on your holiday get together. You could totally switch my jeans for some leather or velvet leggings for a dressier party.
Holiday Party Earrings
I added black beaded tassel earrings to my outfit. They’re part of a giftset that Sugarfix just released at Target. You get two pairs of earrings (this black pair and a red pair) for just $20, and they come in a pretty little giftbox! The earrings are the perfect size and very lightweight, whcih is sometimes hard to find in dangle earrings. This giftset is the perfect gift for yourself or for your bestie. In case you were wondering, Sugarfix is Baublebar’s collaboration with Target, and they have all the trendiest jewelry at very affordable prices.
Do you pattern mix? If you do, what’s your go-to pattern-mixing combination for fall?