Mix & Match with leopard and floral print for Summer

Here’s how to create a feminine Mix & Match  look that’s’ in keeping with the season’s trends. Let me tell you that personally i love mix and matching. Not only with clothes, but with nailpolish and accessories. Of course a degree of harmony needs to be maintained even when indulging in extreme mix and matching.I was up in the showroom picking clothes for a fashion shoot. As you see i believe in what i preach: mix and matching with leopard and flowers. Both items are classic Dolce&Gabbana, rouched skirt and the leopard print body suit. I matched these classic looks with earrings inspired by Byzantine art and the PVC and foil sandals from the SS12 collection. My tan did help me to look more glamorous!

And here are my sandals! Love them so much. The weaved gold foil is so pretty.

If you fancy a slightly less out there look for when experimenting with mix and matching, opt for either black or anyway one colour shoes which pick up on one of the main colours in our outfit. Or transparent shoes, either in coloured PVC or with natural crystals

Jewellery wise, i like leopard print with pearls- it adds a touch of class to a gutsy look.

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Here are the mix and match mini Miss Sicilies from the Dolce&Gabbana SS12 collection.

for Mix & Match look, i want to suggest the colourful bangles work really well. I love to wear them in summer- a tanned arm with coloured bracelets is fun and trendy too.

Wear dark colours n your eyes, like the crayons from the Khol collection and marching nailpolish. Match your make up so your clothes mix and match style is more noticable.

if you can’t do without leopard print, even on the beach, then have a look at the Dolce&Gabbana SS12 fluo leopard beachwear!

And for a sunny day go for mix and match sunnies like these ones!


Here! i want to tell you about my love for leaopard print and give you some Styling tips on how to wear it and accessorise it.

Ciao ;-)