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THT – Pattern Mixing Tips for Fall

I’m giving you a few pattern mixing tips for Fall this season.

 

Pattern Mixing Styling Tips

I’ve talked about pattern mixing on the blog, and here I am sharing a reel with such a mix. This outfit gives me “Ralph Lauren Vibes”, with the structured blazer and plaid patterns. The dark browns melding into other warm tones.

  • Patterns should be of similar size.  Try to mix several that will be complimentary. The blazer has a houndstooth smaller pattern, as does the dress in a slightly larger checked pattern.
  • Leopard is your friend!  Leopard is a neutral, so it is a pattern that can pair with anything. I love to style my leopard scarves with other patterns in my outfit. Or if I am wearing a leopard blazer, I could easily add a checked skirt or dress, or a floral. Easy mixing!
  • If you are dealing with two prints, a great way to break it up visually, is by adding in a solid color- ie, a shoe or handbag.
  • Don’t be afraid to challenge your “inner stylist” and work with several patterns. You might be surprised in what you create.

Here I styled a Soft Surroundings brown plaid drop waist dress with a blazer with the same shades from H&M last year. I just love a structured look. Another cool idea is to add more texture for even more Fall Goodness! Try a pair of textured brown tights with this, and add a solid bag.

All of these pieces are older from my closet, and the boots are leather gifted from Jambu a few years ago.

What I try and get across, is that you can certainly follow style rules, but also have fun creating using your closet.

Former Posts

Pattern Mixing with 3 Patterns

Autumn Colors and Mixed Patterns

Happenings

Not looking to repeat yesterday’s synopsis, have a read. I have more appts throughout the next several months but was able to go to a live music concert, and out to breakfast with my mom. I am not able to sit long but am supposed to “aggravate ” the nerve for the pain center to determine if the nerve block worked.  Nevertheless, it is important for my mental health to get out on the weekends and do something fun, otherwise, you mind gets deep into an illness and can make things worse.

OUtfit

blazer- H&M wearing XS

dress c/o Soft Surroundings

Chai Boots- c/o Jambu

purse c/o Teddy Blake

I hope to list similar pieces on my Like to KNow it Shop.

Since these are older pieces, I do find similar and will be listing items there.

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Jess xx

 

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25 Comments
  • Emma Peach
    Posted at 10:58h, 29 October Reply

    The two check prints looks great together! I’m glad you’ve been able to get out, I hope your condition improves very soon. Thanks for linking up.

    Emma xxx
    http://www.style-splash.com

  • Maureen
    Posted at 20:35h, 28 October Reply

    You are the pattern mixing queen! Love how you styled this look. Very pretty! I haven’t talked about my left foot and PT appointments I hope to do so soon. But I just want to say I can relate to the needing to get out to have fun or change of scenery. It really is important. Wishing you a beautiful weekend and happy Friday!

    Maureen | http://www.littlemisscasual.com

  • Suzy Turner
    Posted at 07:26h, 28 October Reply

    I’ve only started enjoying pattern mixing in my 40s, probably because I didn’t have a clue before lol! You look fabulous, Jess. I love the colours you chose. I’m so sorry you’re suffering at the moment though.
    Big hugs
    Suzy xx

  • Laura Bambrick
    Posted at 08:20h, 26 October Reply

    These are great tips! Thanks for sharing! I love your print mixing here!

  • Claire Justine
    Posted at 02:47h, 26 October Reply

    Love this outfit, Jess. Perfect for Fall 🙂 Thanks so much for hosting.

  • Gail
    Posted at 02:41h, 26 October Reply

    Fabulous outfit and tips, you are definitely an expert in pattern mixing! x

  • Cheryl Shops
    Posted at 00:00h, 26 October Reply

    Thanks so much for the feature, Jess! Loving this mixed-print outfit on you—you do fall outfits like no one else. Also, I read on your other post that you’re doing pelvic PT and just wanted to say how well it worked for me a few years ago II was so stressed out, I strained my pelvic floor). Hope it helps you too!
    Cheryl Shops | http://www.cherylshops.net

  • jodie
    Posted at 19:47h, 25 October Reply

    Fabulous outfit Jess.
    I’m glad you talk about the mental part of your health too, because it can make such a difference,
    XOXO
    Jodie
    http://www.jtouchofstyle.com

  • Carrie @ Curly Crafty Mom
    Posted at 15:45h, 25 October Reply

    It is so fun to mix and match patterns and when it works, it feels so good! I love your print mixing in this outfit and it looks perfect for the fall!

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

  • Di
    Posted at 12:36h, 25 October Reply

    This subtle warm color print mix looks beautiful on you! (And I am coveting your bag, it is perfection!) Also, thanks for the helpful print mixing tips, Glad you are slowly able to start doing things you enjoy, again. I hope your complete recovery comes soon! Enjoy your week, and thanks for sharing.

  • Lizzie
    Posted at 12:15h, 25 October Reply

    Such a gorgeous outfit! You knocked it out of the park with the pattern mixing here. So pretty for fall! I do hope you start to feel better soon!! <3 I agree that getting out on the weekends is important for mental health, even if it's just a quick drive.

    Lizzie
    http://www.lizzieinlace.com

  • Rena
    Posted at 12:06h, 25 October Reply

    Jess, this is a fabulous look. You are one of the best at pattern mixing so these tips are well appreciated. I’m glad to hear that you’re making progress in your recovery even if it’s at a snail’s pace.

    Rena
    http://www.finewhateverblog.com

  • Shelbee on the Edge
    Posted at 11:12h, 25 October Reply

    What a cute plaid dress! It looks really great with the checked tweed blazer, too. I love any kind of pattern mix!

    Shelbee

  • Michelle
    Posted at 10:40h, 25 October Reply

    Beautiful pattern mixing! I hear you about getting out of your own head in regard to illness. I’m glad you were able to have some enjoyable outings this weekend.

    Michelle
    https://mybijoulifeonline.com

  • Sally in St Paul
    Posted at 10:02h, 25 October Reply

    Gorgeous, subtle print mix, and I love the black and brown combination too. Balancing pain with the need to do things that you enjoy can be a challenge, and I wish you the best of luck as you continue down this road!

  • Amy Johnson
    Posted at 08:59h, 25 October Reply

    That dress is so cute and it looks great with the blazer. I’m sorry about all the pain you’re in.

  • Jill
    Posted at 07:32h, 25 October Reply

    I’m glad you’ve been able to get out and do things, and hope you continue to heal. Love this gorgeous mix of prints and textures!

    Jill – Doused in Pink

  • Mica Away From The Blue
    Posted at 07:14h, 25 October Reply

    that is such a cute dress and really nice with the longline blazer – the prints work so well together! 🙂

    Thanks for the link up! Hope you’re having a good day.

  • Nancy
    Posted at 07:12h, 25 October Reply

    I hope the pain goes away Jess! It doesn’t effect your fashion sence, perfect print mixing! And great tips.

  • Kellyann Rohr
    Posted at 06:56h, 25 October Reply

    Thanks for the feature Jess!
    You are a print mixing pro and always look so elegant.
    I am glad you are able to get out a bit here and there; it is essential for your mental health. I am hoping you can continue to get out and about and that your pain starts to subside.
    xo,
    Kellyann

  • Kellyann Rohr
    Posted at 06:53h, 25 October Reply

    Thanks for the feature Jess!
    You do such a great job with print mixing – always so elegant!
    The mental health piece of your health journey has to be tough; to be in pain for weeks on end has to be so hard. I am gla dyou have gotten out a few times and hope you can continue to!
    xo,
    Kellyann

  • Cheryl Tucker
    Posted at 06:42h, 25 October Reply

    Very pretty dress and blazer! Perfect pattern mixing! I need to get out more and do things. Since Covid I kind of lost the knack for finding things to do and enjoy. Hope you improve soon Jess!
    Peace!
    Cheryl

  • Jennifer
    Posted at 06:11h, 25 October Reply

    I love the blazer and skirt together!

    Jennifer
    Curated by Jennifer

  • Lovely
    Posted at 02:12h, 25 October Reply

    Love this print mixing. Your bag is beautiful.
    xoxo
    Lovely
    http://www.mynameislovely.com

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