How to Pattern Play Casually

Jesus, coffee, and pattern play. I love all of them deeply, and in that order. Nothing says Fall like a plaid shirt, and we all know by now that leopard is a neutral and can be worn with just about anything. If ya didn’t know, now you do ?.

Houston fashion blogger Uptown with Elly Brown Pattern Plays casually by wearing leopard and plaid.

To say I have been excited to pull out my flannel plaid shirt all year is an understatement. The only thing worse than having to wait all year is to not be able to wear it at all because it’s still 80 degrees here in Houston. (Are you getting sick of me complaining about the weather, I know I am! Haha)

A casual look doesn’t have to be boring. Take my look, for example, I gave a casual look a little twist by playing with patterns. I love the tying your shirt (or jacket) around your hip!

Houston fashion blogger Uptown with Elly Brown wears a leopard clutch with a plaid top Houston fashion blogger Uptown with Elly Brown wears a casual outfit perfect for the weekend! Houston fashion blogger Uptown with Elly Brown wears a casual outfit perfect for the weekend! Houston fashion blogger Uptown with Elly Brown wears white converse with distressed denim

I want to point out that it has been MONTHS since I have worn my converse. That’s partly because I threw them in the washer and dryer (what the heck was I thinking???!) and now they look yellow thanks to the glue. Which brings me to my question, How do you keep your converse clean? I’m thinking I may need to buy a whole new pair and just make sure to clean that pair the correct way! Comment below how you keep your converse clean, please!!

Houston fashion blogger Uptown with Elly Brown wears a leopard clutch with a plaid top Affiliate links & Similar items:  Tee / Clutch / plaid top / Jeans / Shoes

Photos by Ailee Petrovic

 

 

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