Pattern mixing is one of my favorite ways to add personality to a casual outfit. Cheetah and stripes go together like pb & j, plus it’s easy to throw on a for a quick coffee run or day at work.
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|| Stripe Top (Old) Similar Here | Leopard Scarf (Old) Similar, Similar | Boyfriend Jeans | Lace Up Flats | Louis Vuitton Tote Similar, Similar | Rings: David Yurman, Crystal Set | Bracelets: David Yurman, Chain Link | Evil Eye Ear Jackets [℅] Kendra Scott | Black Druzy Necklace [℅] Kendra Scott | Prada Sunnies |
Often when it’s rainy and Babe can’t work or when we are looking for a sweet treat after dinner we head to Milk & Honey in Northshore. They have the most amazing breakfast (& I actually hate breakfast food believe it or not!) and yummiest gelato in the world. You can get three flavors in your cup, I love the birthday cake and nutella. Their coffee is incredible but I also love their fresh brewed teas. The afternoon above I was enjoying iced Lavender and Hibiscus tea with local honey. Yes, please! If you’re a local, you most likely know what I’m talking about when I say this place is heaven.. if you’re visiting Chattanooga add this to your list!
I love mixing patterns because I think it makes your outfit stand out and adds so much personality. I love mixing camouflage + leopard, florals + stripes, leopard + stripes, spots + stripes, floral + camouflage.. the list goes on and on. Mixing & matching is the best way to extend the life of your closet. I dressed up my distressed boyfriend jeans with a big arm party and favorite sunnies. Getting dressed should be fun, try different combos you never know what you may find!