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Pattern Mixing Guide: Combine similar colors in different scales - large stripes with small polka dots.

Pattern Mixing Guide: Combine two neutral patterns in similar colors and scales. Two smallish patterns in navy and cream. Pattern on left has more cream while pattern on right has more navy.

Pattern Mixing Guide: The most reliable way to mix patterns is to combine large and small. Opposites attract and create balance. Large wide stripes with tiny pin dots. Large floral with small dots or stripes. Large plaid with ditzy floral or tiny dots. http://roxyturtle.tumblr.com/post/27453627642/pattern-mixing-101-by-shannon

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Pattern Mixing Guide: Never wear more than one type of animal print. Never mix leopard, zebra or giraffe!

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Pattern Mixing

Pattern Mixing Guide: To pull off stylish mixed prints look, always try to choose prints and patterns in hues of the same color family. http://www.fashionisers.com/style-tips/how-to-mix-prints-and-patterns/

Pattern Mixing Guide: Combine two neutral patterns in similar colors and scales. It may help to pick two patterns with different background colors. Example: A white piece with a black pattern and a black piece with a white pattern. The pattern on left has slightly more white space than pattern on right.

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Pattern mixing made easy: The easiest pattern to mix is stripes. It pairs well with other patterns especially floral or leopard.

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{Pattern Mixing Guide: Add a Contrast Solid Color. If you’re wearing a leopard-print blouse and dotted skirt consider a wide belt in a solid color or a colored shoe instead of nude. This addition will make the pattern mixing more purposeful and give the eye a break.

Pattern Mixing: Leopard + Floral. Animal print can act as a neutral- mix with stripes, polka, dots or florals of virtually any color.