Mixing Patterns - Thrifting Diva

mixing patterns + bold move

Pattern Mixing - Thrifting DivaLately, I have been feeling a little bold and daring when it comes to my style game.  I know this season’s fashion trend has definitely incorporated mixing patterns.  However, since I have never really attempted to do it myself, I set out to my “go-to” place to check out ideas, PINTEREST!  Over the past few months, I pinned so many things to my mixing patterns BOARD and then decided that I too can probably give it a try.  Besides if pulled off right, you can exponentially triple your outfits!

I have said it before, and will say it again.  Thrifting is a great and inexpensive way to try out new trends.  If you don’t like it, how much did you really lose?

I thrifted these culottes a few months back from Good Hope Thrift for $3.50.  You might have seen them in my mini thrift video haul here.  This funky high low shirt was thrifted from Frock You Vintage for $10.  I LOVE THIS SHIRT!  You will definitely probably see it many times again before I retire it.


Pattern Mixing - Thrifting DivaObviously the shirt and culottes have their own patterns going.  But, I paired them together because they both incorporate the color green and black.  Add a simply pair of black heels because no need to draw attention to anything else with all the pattern work going on!
DSC_2366 Pattern Mixing - Thrifting Diva Pattern Mixing - Thrifting Diva Pattern Mixing - Thrifting Diva Pattern Mixing - Thrifting DivaI added some gold tone thrifted earrings and cuff bracelet to finish the look!   Have you tried mixing patterns before?  If so, what are some of your tips to accomplishing a great outfit?  If not, what’s holding you back?

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4 comments

  1. Wow I love these colours and the print. Super beautiful and gorgeous.

  2. Wow, you´re a pro at mixing prints! This look and the color combination would be perfect for fall too. 🙂

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