- Shirt - J. Crew, thrifted; last seen here in March in an Ode to the 11th Doctor (Dr. Who) outfit
- Bustier - Wrapper, vintage 90s, thrifted; purchased here for $19.99
- Skirt - Mister Leonard, vintage 80s, thrifted; last worn here in June 2020 (Flashback there too) with these same shoes
- Shoes - Lola Ramona; last seen here in April with a celadon suede suit
Black and white prints are the easiest way to pattern mix - you already know both colours go together!
The shoes have an even larger print, which helps balance the top half visually.
This would work with any solid-colour bottom, whether a skirt or trousers.
Masked up - let's add another print - more zebra!
- Mask - by Mom
Am I still feeling these shoes? They are getting scuffed and the colour is wearing off the toes and the leather around the buckles, plus the rubber sole is lifting off (fixed with some crazy-glue when I got home). Is this still my style? It feels a little uber-girly to me (not that there's anything wrong with that).
All that pattern did the heavy lifting. I'm glad I did my Grandma J's necklace under the collar to pull the eyes up to my face.
- Jet/crystal necklace - vintage 60s, Grandma J's
- Silver/onyx ring - Tocarra, vintage fair
- Silver/crystal ring - Soul Flower
- Earrings - thrifted
Well, my friends, I'm now off for the weekend. I will be back on Sunday with tales of adventure! Until then, stay safe, be kind and...try a pattern mix!