Mixing B & W Patterns

Summer sales are everywhere friends!  So run out and get your shopping on!

Found this black n’ white tiki crop top at Reitmans on sale + 50% off the sale price…so it was basically free!
Staying in the same color family is the easiest way to mix patterns in your outfits.  You can use contrasting colors, as long as the prints have a color in common.

Mixing black n’ white is the easiest I think!

I added pops of colour with my accessories instead:  with my yellow earrings & necklace set and with my aqua-teal purse and sandals. 

Contrary to O’Magazine’s “advice” (insert eyeroll emoji here) … me and my plus sized non-flat belly having self decided to rock this tiki top is a crop top, pairing it with a horizontal stripped maxi skirt…displaying a visible belly outline.

Oh yeah.  I’m breaking all kinds of mainstream fashion ‘rules’ with this outfit of the day friends  But I think I look fierce! 🙂After several weeks of enjoying my new angled bob haircut, it was getting kinda shaggy and loosing its shape.

So that evening, I chopped it off again!!!

Tah-dah!!! The short angled bob is here for say for a little while longer 🙂

And then decided to check out the fab 3D Toronto sign that’s been set up at City Hall for the PanAm Games….for some photo ops.  Finally!

How I Got The Look:

Stripped maxi skirt and Tiki crop top, Reitmans – for other looks click here

Cat-eye sunnies, Ardene…..Aqua purse, Aldo ….. Aqua sandals, Betula for Birkenstock

Statement necklace and earring set – for other looks click here

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4 thoughts on “Mixing B & W Patterns

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  4. Reblogged this on Petite Plus, Meow! and commented:

    Here’s a #tbt to summer 2015 when the #toronto sign was new and all the rage 💖

    How do you mix patterns? A bit unsure how to do it – try starting with easy black n’ white patterns for a fail-safe gateway into becoming a pattern mixing fashionista yourself 🙂

    I’m kinda diggin’ my hair this short … should I do it again? Let me know what you think?

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