Sharing this trick of mine has been one of my best kept secrets and one that has helped many of my clients for years! I am so happy to share it with you!
I can’t tell you how much this will simplify the way you mix and match prints. Looking at leopard as a neutral, rather than a ‘print’, will allow you to create many more looks for yourself within your closet. Once you start playing around with prints, you will start to notice that many items can easily be mixed and matched. It is a little daunting at first, I completely understand that, but remember that fashion is supposed to be FUN, not stressful! You can do anything to mix it up to make a look “your own” and unique! So go ahead, create that fashion cocktail.
In the video, I am wearing a Ruby and Jenna tank top and Paige Premium Denim jeans…the perfect combo!
Lindsi Also Loves…
- Charlie by Matthew Zink sheer top, $120
- Rebecca Taylor cami shirt, $151
- Steven Alan Cindy leopard print silk top, $101
- Helene Berman leopard print blouse, $77
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In the meantime…stay stylish!