Clash, bang, pop!

Clashing prints. Sounds like something that should make you shudder, right..? As I am usually a classic, sleek dresser, clashing prints has never before been something that has found a way into my rotation. However; fashion is not about staying safe, as classic can so often be. So as a new season arrived the stunning multi-coloured exterior of my favourite cafe gave me inspiration to be a little daring, look outside my comfort zone and clash…

By now I’m sure you are all aware of my affection for animal print but too often it is paired with something awfully plain so as to not look ‘OTT’; but where is the fun in that? So I matched the white base of this unique Sheike blouse with a stunning floral embossed organza skirt from Mura for a fresh Spring look.

As I have seen so many of my style icons do before me (but was just too scared to try) clashing prints really can give you that luxe look, if only you dare to try it…

As a side note; if you going to be bold an clash prints, keep your accessories very minimalistic and favourably in one matching colour to your outfit.

Top: SHEIKE                     Skirt: MURA                   Shoes: ALEX PERRY FOR TONY BIANCO               Clutch: COLETTE

DSC_1703 DSC_1704 DSC_1828DSC_1826All photographs by the incredible Greg Hudson. Check out more of his work, here.

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3 Responses to “Clash, bang, pop!”
  1. What a fun and girly look! I love how the delicate sheerness of the lacy skirt balances the bold prints on the top. I’d love you see you wear these two pieces in different ways too! It might inspire me to buy more bold items 😉

  2. The outfit looks beautiful and I love that skirt! Print clashing was definitely a risk worth taking 🙂 xoxo

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