In the past I was pretty afraid of mixing two patterned items because there were some rules that in a look you should have only one pattern. As I have probably told you I believe that in fashion there are no such rules, you have to let you imagination fly and create the most unique outfits with it.
For me they key of mixing patterns without making it look like too much is picking maybe the same pattern for the both items or something similar, like here where I chose stripes with stripes. But it can be stripes with grids, or you can go for something more unexpected like stripes with flowers but you should have one common element that connects the two. That element could be one colour that you should find in both paterns.
In here I have mixed my new pleated striped skirt front Front Row Shop with a Persunmall Striped shirt. The stripes are not equally thick, but that’s ok, they match each other and they are both in black and white.
The Sheinside transparent clutch seemed a match and also a black leather jacket that is with this temperature so needed and my lovely Chloe boots, that I have missed so much.
I was wearing:
Front Row Shop pleated skirt
Persunmall striped shirt similar here
Sheinside transpatent clutch
Zara leather jacket
Chloe ankle boots check some Chloe boots from their new collection here
Asos sunnies similar here
H&M lips Iphone case