Our Community’s Best ’60s Inspired Pattern Mixing

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From the graphic prints of the 1960s Op Art movement to recent iterations of print mash-ups on the runways, the pattern mixing trend has earned its place in our wardrobe rotation. Achieving a bold ensemble is as simple as layering black and white graphic pieces, accessorizing with a pop of color, and scurrying out the door. It’s no surprise our community is well-versed in this retro-inspired style, but for those in search of more inspiration, we’ve collected four looks from some of our favorite Style Gallery gals:

Intrigued by this fun fashion approach? Visit our Style Gallery, chock-full of pattern mixing panache!

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