martes, 1 de diciembre de 2015

pattern mixing & red coat

This is not a very interesting pattern mixing, as I'm wearing just black and white geometric patterns, which work together (almost) always. So it's a no-brain ensemble, a really easy outfit to pick and go. And this is what I worn on Saturday morning, to run errands and go for a walk, as usual!
Both jacket and dress came from ebay, second hand and flawless. I'm becoming a huge fan of internet purchases!
Linking to another fabulous Visible Monday!

No es que sea precisamente una mezcla de estampados muy interesante, ya que es sólo un combinado de dibujos geométricos en blanco y negro, que es algo que funciona (casi) siempre. Así que esta combinación es de las de ponerse sin pensar, algo que eliges rapidito para salir pitando a dar una vuelta. Y eso es justo lo que me puse el sábado por la mañana para salir a hacer recados, como de costumbre!
Tanto la chaqueta como el vestido vinieron de ebay, de segunda mano e impecables. Me estoy volviendo muy aficionada a las compras por internet!
Enlazo de nuevo con otro Lunes Visible Visible Monday!



- red coat, La Redoute (ten years ago?) / abrigo rojo, de hace unos diez años
- jacket and dress, ebay / chaqueta y vestido, ebay
- grey brogues, Hotter / zapatos grises
- bag, Misako (very old) / bolso, antigüito
- beret, a present / boina, un regalo

16 comentarios:

  1. Image no. 2 is my favorite of the 3 outfits.

    Popped by from Visible Monday.

    Come join my Countdown to Christmas blog hop!

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  2. Those two patterns are fabulous together! The red coat is a stand-out. xox
    -Patti
    http://notdeadyetstyle.com

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  3. A no-brain ensemble for you maybe, but not for other people, which is what makes you so stellar. Love the combos. Black and red are great together.

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  4. El rojo es un color muy tú, igual que el morado, jeje.
    Un beso guapa!

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  5. That's pattern mixing at it's most finest, fantastic! xxx

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  6. Eres una auténtica muñeca con ese vestidito blanco y negro, ahhhhhh
    Guapa en rojo tb
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  7. "Not very interesting"
    What nonsense!!
    This is a beautiful interpretation of the classic black, white and red.
    Executed with more unexpected twists and turns than a plate of spaghetti!
    Bold and stunning.
    XXX
    Samantha
    Fake Fabulous

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  8. This may be a "no brainer" for you, but the majority of people out there would never think to mix the patterns, and create such a cool graphic outfit, from head to toe! I love the palette of red, black and white.

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  9. Black and red are so wonderfully bold together.

    Of course I like your beret : )

    bisous
    Suzanne

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  10. Black, white and red, with two geometric prints? Of course it's interesting, your outfits always are - you look fantastic! xxx

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  11. 'Not interesting'? Pah! As soon as I saw the outfit I immediately thought of all those black and white paintings, the British artist Bridget Riley did! She's famous for being a leading exponent of Op Art - optical illusion art. Clearly this is your inspiration!!!
    And then we have the beret, the brogues and pops of red - perfect!

    http://petitesilvervixen.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. oh yes, I like Op Art and those 60's futuristic graphic prints by Courreges!!
      thanks for your comment!

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  12. Love the red and black geometric print together - very stylish!

    Veronica
    vronni60s.blogspot.com

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