At the Nordies Flagship!
LoP replied 6 years ago
Love it. That floral skirt is very cute!
Laura replied 6 years ago
Okay, even I, a total amateur pattern-mixer, could manage the striped look on the right. That's just my speed. Thanks for the inspiration!
sarah replied 6 years ago
shipskitty replied 6 years ago
Interesting. I like the cream jacket version but can't seem to warm to the red jacket one. I wonder why?
Deborah replied 6 years ago
Inspiring! Do you think their window dressers were reading your pattern mixing post:)
qfbrenda replied 6 years ago
I love the one on the right.
Parsley replied 6 years ago
How timely is that !?
I'm choosing to believe that you inspired them, Angie!
marianna replied 6 years ago
Very interesting combos!
goldenpig replied 6 years ago
Makes my pattern mixing heart happy!
Suz replied 6 years ago
Hmmm, Angie, I think that window dresser has been reading your blog! :)
Mochi replied 6 years ago
Who would have thought that would work?!? It DOES!
Jjsloane replied 6 years ago
I am loving the colors here. And while I am afraid of the advanced pattern mixing myself, if I had the budget I'd buy the lot and proudly flaunt it!
cciele replied 6 years ago
I feel like a total window voyeur! Thanks Angie :)
But now I am bemoaning the fact that over 90% of my wardrobe is solid. Sigh...
rae replied 6 years ago
OOH! I have a b/w striped skirt similar to that one... now how to make that UWP...
HelenInCanada replied 6 years ago
Now THAT should pull shoppers out of the doldrums! How fun and unexpected - and inspiring. This also means I can make use of more of my print items daily...hee hee!
Inge replied 6 years ago
We sure are in for an amazing fashion season! Thanks for sharing all these inspiring pics with us today, Angie. I'm super eager to get experimenting after looking at them!
cjh replied 6 years ago
Yes, these patterns and mixes are great! I like the striped skirt and the whole back outfit. Thanks for showing us these new season glimpses.
Lisa replied 6 years ago
I am liking all pattern mixes with stripes. I think I can do that.
cobaltblue replied 6 years ago
I love the striped one!
Aida replied 6 years ago
Both of those are fun, and I really really love the one on the right! Thanks for posting all these great window shop photos for us, it's been fun "shopping" with you :D
fauxpas replied 6 years ago
Okay, so of course I love the one on the left. Love, love, love the reds and do I see a faint gingham check blouse underneath? The petite print and the floral print are so great....shoes? Booties? Love both but number one is a "must try my version". Thanks for sharing such timely photos!
Kyle replied 6 years ago
Cute..not for me...but very, very cute and an accessible style for many women.
Joy replied 6 years ago
I love this! I could even see a remix done with switching the tops to wear with the other skirt. My summer wardrobe has more opportunities for pattern mixing because it has more patterns.
Do you think a patterned scarf with a patterned top and plain skirt or pants would be too much going on with the top?
taylor replied 6 years ago
Ditto Kyle :)
Carole replied 6 years ago
How fun and well done. I really like the way stripes are being used lately.
Amy replied 6 years ago
Those are very cute styles!
Jonesy replied 6 years ago
Both of these are wonderful! Angie, you are going to have some pattern mixing YLFers in no time :)!
modgrl replied 6 years ago
They've got to toss the beige jacket on the right, otherwise it is a great outfit! Thanks for posting all of these pix for us today.
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Hi, I'm Angie. I'm the co-founder of youlookfab.com and write most of the content. I've been in the Rag Trade for 20 years, and spent many of those years as a buyer. Now I'm a fashion stylist and enjoy this angle just as much. I am committed to making us all feel great about our style.