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Patterns on Patterns – Women’s Fashion

Mixing patterns and prints can be quite the leap of faith. But it is not something that has to be feared of and here are some ways you can rock it while your sport it!

The Color Palette

If you are focusing on achieving the visual balance you need to make sure the print-clashing relies on the colour palette. An easy way to mix prints is to match a lighter print with a darker print. Mixing Patterns isn’t making sure the prints match instead it’s about the colour of the prints. If the patterns need to match, colour is an important factor. So, when you are scanning your closet for prints that could be well put together, keep in mind about how the colours should complement each other. It’s not that hard to achieve the perfect colour- print combination.

Combining Silhouettes

You should know that when it comes to prints, it’s not just colour that makes a difference but also the garment they’re rendered on. When planning on mixing the patterns make sure you focus on the silhouette. This is to make sure these don’t undermine the graphics you want to show off. It is always better to keep it simple and classic and let the print-mixing do the talking. If you want some prints which won’t fail you, you could go for midi skirts, clean off-the-shoulder top or pixie pants. Remember to leave the more eye-catching shapes for a more monochromatic outfit kind of day.

Same Family Prints- Go for It!

When you think of mixed prints, you might immediately think it’s okay to go ahead and get two entirely different patterns. While this is okay to do, it is always good to stick to a single theme or family. An example is mixing tiny detailed florals with bigger ones. It is also an excellent choice to mix different paisley colours and patterns and put them both together as a look.

Have Fun!

Don’t take mixing prints too seriously. If you feel weird and ridiculous, that’s precisely the point. Just because you’ve reached for the loudest print from your collection doesn’t necessarily mean you have to pair it with solids or neutrals. If anything, it’s an opportunity to have fun and creatively express yourself. It’s all about being comfortable with what you’ve put together. You can surprise yourself while mixing prints. When you think in terms of formula; it takes away the fun and the chance for something great to happen.

Keep the Classics in Handy

Looking like an uncoordinated mess is a part of mixing prints. But if you’re looking for safe prints to wear together, leopard and stripes print, polka dot and leopard print are good choices. Leopard print is basically neutral in the print-mixing world. Look through your moms or grandmas closet for some classy collections which you can use to mix and match it with your own collection.

Beauty Tips for Gorgeous Skin and Hair

Maintaining a clear skin and a silky smooth hair is a tough and expensive affair, especially with the products that are being made. It seems like there is no room for home remedies today. In this article, we’ll show you how to get good hair and clear skin without spending a million bucks at your nearest beauty salon.

Papaya treatment

If you have dull and dry skin, massaging it with papaya will help while also making an oat and honey scrub that’s mixed with a bit of cold milk followed by a cold milk and water wash.

Dealing with curly hair

Curly hair can be treated with lemon and water. Slice a lemon into two and boil water with the lemons in it. Boil until it is reduced to half. Use a spray bottle and to apply the solution to your hair. Your hair will regain its natural shine while also being free and bouncy.

Rosemary dye

Mixing rosemary and 2 teaspoons of black tea is a great way to deal with thinning hair that has a brown hint. Take a few rosemary bits; boil with hot water and 2 teaspoons of black tea until it is reduced to half. Before applying, mix a quarter of shampoo with the solution. You’ll see the difference after letting the shampoo and solution mixture sit for 15 minutes.

Yoghurt Treatment

If you have dull and oily skin, massage the skin with iced yoghurt with sprinkled sugar. Take an orange and cut it in half. Use the halves to gently scrub the skin followed by an ice water face wash.

Smooth back

If you are someone who likes wearing a low back blouse, mix a cup of salt with half a cup of olive oil. To this mixture, add 4-5 drops of sandalwood oil. After mixing well, apply to the part of your body that needs a smooth texture followed by a wet towel wipe. This will save you a lot of money and time from paying for a body scrub in a salon.

Homely facelift

After an ice water face wash, take a teaspoon of honey and rub it gently on your face. Take a couple of eggs and beat the whites until they are puffy. Apply this to your skin and let it dry. You know if you have done this right if you feel your skin stretch. After you’re done, wash it off with cold water.