I don’t always like the mixing of patterns, but this one is done so well, that it’s lovely! The way the pink from the top carries over into the skirt works really well. I also wish I could layer jewelry as well as she does!
I’m sometimes skeptical of mixing prints but I think this is tastefully done. I think it works because they are both relatively small patterns and putting a light blouse with a darker bottom. I also love the bright accents with her jewelry and using the bandana as a bracelet. I think it is very “woodstock with a modern twist”. The layered pieces on her bag and sunglasses help pull the look together for an overall artistic casual look.
With the comeback of boho fashion, we have been seeing many combinations of patterns and textures. As a society we have moved slightly away from the Aztec patterns and more into the florals, geometrics, and even a combination of the two giving wearers a peaceful hippy style. In this picture, the combination of patterns contrasts each other and looks mismatched, but by adding even more contrasting accessories, we can see that the clashing was intentional bringing the whole outfit together. Her style is very reflective of the 70s and is a look that many people today try to achieve.