Shades of Fashion

Animal Print Part II

#AnimalPrint #MixingPrints #SnakePrint 

Hallo zusammen, here comes my follow up on the Animal Print post I did back in February.This time I took it up a notch by combining two animal prints in one outfit.

When mixing two prints I follow a simple rule, at least one colour of both prints must be the same.  In this case, it is obviously the colour black, but it can be any other colour. By following this rule, the two prints have a connecting element, and the outfit doesn't look like I dressed in the dark. But instead very modern and fashionable. Due to the two prints, I kept my boots neutral and chose the "connecting print colour" as my bag colour. 

 

Would you wear two prints in one outfit?

 

P.S.: My 15% discount code "Karen" at Pepita Barber to shop their jewellery line is still valid. You can check it out here.

Outfit Details

 

Snake Print Jeans - Zara last season but similar here

 

Sweater - a few seasons old but I like this and that

 

Boots - last season Buffalo this is a great alternative

 

Sunnies - Quay Australia

 

K Necklace - Birthday Gift

 

Leo Necklace - Pepita Barber (use my code "Karen" at the checkout to get 15% off)

 

Selene Necklace - Pepita Barber (use my code "Karen" at the checkout to get 15% off)

 

Golden Hoops - Gift, similar here

 

Belt Bag - Zara

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Comments: 2
  • #1

    Sofia (Monday, 06 May 2019 22:47)

    Hi Dear,

    I love your blog and always check for new inspirations and tips.
    I have one Question: How to look stylish during rainy weather? Normally I look all drenched. Do you have any tips for still looking Fresh after removing all the rainclothes and how to look stylish with raincloth on?

    Much appreciated!

    Sofia

  • #2

    Karen (Monday, 13 May 2019 11:57)

    Hi Sofia,

    thanks so much for you kind words. It means so much to me, that you feel inspired by reading my blog. This is one of the main reasons why I started this blog to inspire other people. You just made my day with this comment :-)))))
    But back to your question: I would go for a waterproof trench coat or a belted raincoat. With the belt the whole outfit looks instantly more stylish. Also, maybe invest in a slightly larger umbrella with a trendy print. Such an umbrella can add that extra something to your look and in a larger size you can avoid to getting too drenched. And waterproof makeup is also helpful to avoid the "drenched" look :-)
    I hope this was helpful?
    XOXO Karen