How to Master the Mixing and Matching of Your Holiday Outfits

Mix matching your outfits through holiday season is a hard work to do. Here are some easy tips you can follow to make it easier.

How to Master the Mixing and Matching of Your Holiday Outfits

People that love to travel all know how difficult and frustrating it can be to pack for a holiday. They want to include plenty of clothes so they have lots of variety in outfits, but they don’t want to carry too much because it means less space for souvenirs and more weight to carry around. Both of these things are a big no-no when it comes to traveling, but there is one good counter to this; mastering how to mix and match your holiday outfits.

Whether you’re visiting Cyprus for its beautiful beaches or traveling up north to snowy Canada for the winter, it’s important that you dress for the occasion but it’s also vital that you bring a set of outfits that are perfect for mixing and matching so that you don’t end up wearing the same clothes every single day.

So to help you out, we’ve put together a guide on how you can expertly mix and match outfits using just a small selection of clothes. This means lighter luggage, fewer things to carry around and a lot more creative freedom in fashion!

Master the use of accessories

Master the use of accessories

First of all, you should learn to mix and match your accessories. As long as they’re stand-out pieces like a large hat, a bag or even a scarf, you can create the illusion of having a completely different outfit if you focus on bringing along several fantastic accessories that can transform your look.

Accessories are generally quite small so they’re easy to carry around, but do keep in mind that smaller accessories such as caps, necklaces or rings are harder to notice and won’t contribute much to mixed and matched outfits. Instead, things like holiday ties, bags, a scarf and even sunglasses can give the illusion that you’re wearing something entirely different. Learn to utilize accessories and carry ones that will compliment your outfits.

Picking the right patterns

Picking the right patterns

Clashing patterns will be very loud, very daring and also could look horrible. You generally want to keep a very consistent pattern when it comes to outfits because you don’t want to stand out looking like wrapping paper for a Christmas present. Some patterns are easy to mix such as horizontal stripes and polka dots. Even flower patterns are great when mixed with solid colors and simple, large patterns, but the idea is that you shouldn’t pack clothes that clash too much.

If you’re packing shirts with horizontal stripes, then mix it with a skirt that also has horizontal stripes or perhaps polka dots. Avoid vertical stripes or colorful patterned prints because it will stand out too much and clash with what you’re wearing. The same rules apply to accessories as well. Some scarves and ties are very outlandish when it comes to patterns, so do what you can do try and minimize the clashing in order to keep a very consistent and comfortable theme that is easy to mix and match.

Choosing easy colours

Choosing easy colors

Lastly, colors are also going to make a huge difference. Having similar or complementary colors will make picking out an outfit so much easier than you could imagine. There aren’t many hard rules, so here are a couple of guidelines to help you decide which colors to bring on your holiday:
  • Bright and bold colors need to work well together and they should ideally be a similar hue. For instance, blue and yellow is a common color combination (because they’re complimentary colors!) but if you want to mix several pastel shades, then that’s completely doable a well because they’re saturated to a similar level.
  • If you want clothes that are very easy to mix and match then you’re better off going for neutral colors like white, black, grey and cream. You can mix these with bold colors, such as a bright-yellow shirt with a white jacket, making it very easy to create multiple outfits out of a small collection of clothes.
  • If you want to limit bold colors, then focus on neutrals for your base clothes and add a splash of color by using accessories such as a scarf, a hat, a tie or even a large belt. This allows you to add some colorful accents without making it difficult to mix and match your outfits.

Hopefully, this guide to mixing and matching your holiday outfits has taught you how colors, patterns and accessories can be utilized to help you create a wonderful array of outfits with just a small wardrobe that can fit inside of your holiday suitcase.


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How to Master the Mixing and Matching of Your Holiday Outfits
Mix matching your outfits through holiday season is a hard work to do. Here are some easy tips you can follow to make it easier.
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