In interiors we combine various patterns with ease and view the collaborated look as appealing. When we are getting dressed, however, patterns seems to become confusing and awkward. Perry Ellis was known for mixing patterns, especially stripes and polka dots. Ralph Lauren, too, is an expert at combining patterns. While working at Ralph Lauren and Perry Ellis I was constantly putting together various prints. Recently, I have been inspired to mix things up a little. I started doing some research and found patterns to be mixed everywhere. This post will focus on fashion and later I will post on interiors etc.
Stripes look refreshing mixed with something in the same color tones. You can mix stripes with stripes, florals, polka dots, batik print etc.Solange Knowles for Madewell. This outfit reminds me of Perry Ellis.Diane Kruger. The ensemble is designed by 10 Crosby Derek Lam (she is wearing a skirt over the dress). Great idea !Harpers BazaarSincerely JulesI adore everything about this outfit especially the tribal design skirt mixed with a classic pinstripe blouse. Credits unknown.Maire ClaireThe Baloney Bug
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I wish I had this outfit to wear tomorrow. I would have never thought of combing these two patterns but it works. Miette shoppeOlivia Palermo for Tatler Russia.
Now let’s see what we can look forward to for Spring 2013Isabel MarantMarniHaider Ackermann. I would love to own an outfit from this fabulous designer.Duro OlowuDolce GabbanaHaider AckermannDolce GabbanaDolce GabbanaProenza SchoulerDolce GabbanaPreen PrimaveraMax MaraMulberryPeter PilottoMarc JacobsMarc by Marc Jacobs