Six Unique Bloggers, One tempting Trend: Pattern Mixing Edition


Finding patterns that play well together

Disclaimer: pattern mixing was a challenge for all of us!

I recently have started to play with pattern mixing more, but still tend to play it safe. Stick to the same pattern but play with scale or sharing a color palate are about as “mixing” as I tend to get!  Today I decided to be a little bolder! Now, I dug through my closet for this one so I unfortunately can’t link everything for you to exactly copy but I’d like to think of this post as an outfit inspiration spring board for you to go try this trend on your own! (Though you can find my awesome pants by Lysse here! Wearing in ivy.)

I love this classic black and white buffalo check shirt, so I felt like it was the perfect base to have fun with. I then tried pairing it with a few different options!

Plaid and Floral:

Fall florals and plaid

 

Chelsea's pattern mixing screams fall!

Even if you are nervous about pattern mixing on your own you can have fun with this trend by finding pieces that do the hard part for you, like this floral scarf. If you look closely it pattern mixes all on its own! This scarf is a floral pattern on top of a black and white herringbone. (Similar)

A scarf that pattern mixes on its own

Stripes (or check) and Polka-dots: A classic

Chelsea attempts the classic stripes and polka-dot

Just OD Things: Geometric and Organic

OD at Just OD ThingsHear about OD’s look here!

Gift of Gabby: The Trifecta

Gabby the ultimate pattern mixerLearn about Gabby’s look on her post!

It’s Fantabulous: Cozy and Casual Pattern Play

Jody at It's FantabulousHear how Jody felt about this challenge here!

Radiantly Rosy: Floral and Plaid

Rosy from Radiently RosySee how Rosy put together her outfit on her blog!

Mothering Honestly: Black and White

Lauren at Mothering HonestlyCheck out Lauren’s Post (and new shop!) at her blog here!

What do you think of pattern mixing? Are you feeling inspired?

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