I've always been an unusual patterns lover, since I have memory.
I remember that when I was a little girl I used to mix and match the most weird patterns because I absolutley wanted to choose all my looks by myself.
Now, I'm still a patterns lover, but I know a litte more how to match them :)
Flowers, hearts, galaxies, japanese prints, geometrical, and many more.
But, how to wear those patterns?
It's not so easy, and the biggest risk is to look like a patchwork.
Just remember some rules:
-A pattern is always the main carachter of a look
-To mix different patterns is really hard
-Do not never, never, never wear animalier with stripes or polka dots
-Choose only high level patterns
-Remember that a fabric with a particular pattern has to be a really good quality one
-To not make mistakes, wear patterns with basic items
These are some of my suggestions.
I think heart pattern is one of the most pretty and nice ever.
It's a really difficult pattern to wear, the risk is to seem a little girl just came out from school.
Japanese prints are something unusual and particular.
That pattern is incredibly charming and it makes a look from itself.
A woman wearing a japanese print has to be really self-confident and elegant.
Pay a lot of attention to the make-up to save you from looking like a geisha (well, geishas are stunning beautiful, but please, don't try to imitate them for a night out).
I'm a very big fan of floral items, they remind me when I was a child and my grandma used to buy me the most nice Cacharel floral blouses ever.
Galaxy pattern is simply fabolous. A drop of stars on your body, what else?
Don't wear galaxy patterned items with a casual look, the risk is to look like a 13 years old Star Wars fan.
What's better then a geometric pattern?
It's original, funny, young.
I like above all Mondrian inspired geometries wich fits perfectly with a romantic and fresh look.