PAT­TERN MAKER

Pair strik­ing prints with painterly pat­terns for a look that’s all your own

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Be bold in clash­ing prints

WEL­COME TO THE JUNGLE As an OTT al­ter­na­tive to mono­chrome, try pair­ing

a print with leop­ard. Fin­ish your out­fit with an an­i­mal-print belt, bag or pair of shoes, but re­mem­ber, the devil is in the de­tails. Think about co­or­di­nat­ing your hard­ware (belt buck­les, zips and the like) across your ensem­ble – this el­e­ment of

uni­for­mity will be the cherry on top.

STAND-OUT STYLE Un­sure about colour­ful clash­ing? Pare back your rain­bow-hued pieces with a printed mono­chrome and an­chor the look with block-coloured ac­ces­sories.

Oth­er­wise, clash top-to-toe, as seen at Gucci above, but in­clude a com­mon shade in each piece to tie the look to­gether.

$780 , s s re d cra M and Camilla Furla wal­let, $371, from T Gal­le­ria by DFS

W or ld top, $3 8 9

W itch­ery b elt, $5 4.9 0

bag, $10,400 Louis Vuit­ton

Chris­tian Dior scarf, $350

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