Pattern mixing for work

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striped top (old, similar here)–Happiness Boutique necklace (c/o)–Loren Hope Sarra cuff–Michael Kors watch (old, similar here)–Fossil Sydney crossbody bag (old, similar here)–floral skirt (old, also love this one)–Aldo heels (old, also love these ones)

Pattern mixing is one of my favourite trends. It’s SO fun to wear, and I love testing the waters with different looks.

One trend that I really want to incorporate more into my fall wardrobe is LEATHER! It’s funny because my style is generally really preppy, but I have such a soft spot for leather. I honestly think it looks great with everything (I should’ve thrown a leather jacket over this outfit to prove it…).

I would love to wear something like this:

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A simple leather dress, a camel coat, and a massive, cozy plaid scarf. The dress on it’s own is a perfect base for any going out look, but you can throw the coat on and BAM! you’re ready to face the cold.

Linkups on: Jeans and a Teacup, Happiness at Mid-Life, Mix Match Fashion, The Closet by Christie, Birdie Shoots, Lizzie in Lace, Rachel the Hat, Fashionista Momma


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