I have days, where I decide to take risks in what I wear that day, and experiment with the “should never be paired together” type of clothes. Ok, so I decided to clash prints. I pulled on my zebra printed skirt, donned my leopard t-shirt, and slipped on my snake skin heel. I took one look in the mirror and changed quickly into my more reasonable, plain clothes. I concluded that being fashion forward wasn’t for me.

But take a look at this girl’s outfit.

It’s not supposed to work, but it magically does.

The teal dress is an absolute fashion statement on it’s own, but this lady decides (geniously) to add black floral patterned tights, with similar lace patterned boots, and tops it off with a red handbag. With all of this going on, she still manages to look so effortless, like she just threw those clashing items of clothing together, and just happens to look so beautiful. I wish I had her eye for styling.

She makes me want to dig out my old patterned ensemble and give it another go. A prime example to clashing done right.

Gosh, I really want to know where to get those boots and stockings from. Anyone know?

The Fashion Fraction
6/29/2013 01:30:13 am

love that look

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1/5/2015 10:49:27 pm

Love your photos and your blog!

8/24/2019 06:54:10 am

I always believe that our fashion statement should be personal. It is okay to have some pegs and inspiration, but we should know the stuff and right styling that suits our body type. Who would expect that this combination would look good for her, isn't it? She could have been a fashion disaster, but it worked well on her. Perhaps, it is because she is familiar with her personal style and she is someone who is not afraid to take some risk!


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