Mixing prints and texture may be tricky, but once you get the hang of it, it can change your boundaries from a normal outfit into a stunning one. My trip to Vienna, allowed me to think outside the box in terms of layering. The stunning views, weather and surrounding was the perfect time to try out various textures and prints. While packing…I kept on telling myself, try things you haven’t tried before and make it your own style. How can I start? When creating combos, work with 1-2 pieces you know you will look great at, then add on new pieces to mix and match. Here I created a basic frame from my Monki’s faux fur jacket and S. Nine’s shorts. Fendi’s textured floral top with Swarovski was my focal point, chic Phyton print coat from D.Efect helped soften the fur against textured florals.
Styling Tips: For a more sophisticated approach in texture layering, try different shades of the same color with black, white gray and add hints of colors on your accessories. For a daring look, mix with all sorts of prints and colors that are cohesive to each other. If you look in the mirror feeling like the outfit is overpowering then it’s not working.. Some Combos you can try : Stripes with Floral, Floral with Python, Animal Print with Stripes
Ombre Faux Fur Jacket by Monki, Shorts by S.Nine, Textured Floral Top by Fendi, Necklace by Swarovski, Bag by Givenchy @ Reebonz,( Come join my personal invite for a special disount: http://www.reebonz.
com/member_invite/vnikali ) Shades by Carrera @ Lane Crawford, Coat by D.EFECT @ electric sekki , Ring by Vintage, Watch by Swatch , Iphone case by Cliche @ Candies
Picture taken at Schönbrunn Palace Garden, Vienna