Animal print

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I’m a big proponent of mixing patterns and I think it adds energy and dynamism. It creates new unexpected visual looks and I will point out that such elements are keys to great outfits. You should have one color or big statement pattern and then start mixing smaller or equal patterns around it (this the best part that I love when creating a balance with prints) but don’t go too far trying to mix more than three, otherwise you will have more chances to pass the limit. In this post I am wearing total look from Zara ( the top and skirt are made of silk and they are from long time ago but I still keep them because the prints are timeless and of course I love them too) belt from Uterqüe (last season) Ray Ban sunnies and shoes from Sogni di Giorgia. So as you see you don’t need to buy the most current garments to be on trend.

18 thoughts on “Animal print

  1. Nunca se me hubiera ocurrido mezclar los animal prints pero queda email! Aunque no creo que haya alguien a quien le siente mejor que a ti!


  2. Guau! Me encanta como lo defiendes, y mira que es complicado! Recuerdo perfectamente la primera vez que sacaste esta falda en el blog, me encantó aquel look con blusita negra!

    Un besito!

  3. Hola! Qué fotazas, me flipan! Tienes un estilazo…menuda mezcla…el sobre pitón me alucina…
    Tienes unas piernazas por cierto, por eso esos looks con botines de taconazo te quedan q te mueres, un besito y visítame hoy que voy a subir un post muy chulo.

  4. Gorgeous mix of prints! Always so inspiring! xx

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