The answer is YES – mixing trends works, you only need to have some aesthetic sense to construct balanced looks.
It is important to pay attention to the colors, modeling, textures: an unexpected combination must be well made.
Today the fashion world allows us to do nearly everything, the important thing is to harmonize.
Baroque + asymmetry + fringes = a mix that definitely worked for me on this look I’m showing you today.
Before I show you my look I will talk a little bit of each of these trends.
Baroque: The Baroque as art emerged in Italy between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries, and is now part of the fashion world, mainly present on the printed fabrics.
It is presented as the main trend for winter.
Asymmetry: Already a hit among the most tuned, this trend first began with the mullet skirt.
Now there are asymmetric garments all around, anyone following fashion sites and fashion blogs must be tired already of seeing them around.
The cool thing about the asymmetrical clothing is that they give an air of modernity to the look.
Fringes: Fringes definitely entered the fashion world. What seemed to be a passing trend turned out to be a feature that will still remain for many seasons.
In fact they are trendy, whether on bereft or more sophisticated clothing, it is important to invest in the movement of the fringes.
And now my look:
Short Skirt: TopShirts
Sandals: Giseli Dias (BUY HERE)
Purse: H & M
Necklace: Forever 21
Do you approve this mix of trends?