Print on print – for fashionistas who are trying too hard, or just fun with clothes?

English version below!

Print på print – for fashionistaer som prøver for hardt, eller artig lek med klær?

 
Hva synes du om den nye trenden med print på print? 
Jeg synes at det er kult å finne sin egen stil, og ikke slavisk følge trender. Men det er jo gøy med noe nytt og da, særlig etter et par-tre år med softe pudderfarger over alt!
Jeg har nok mange stiler. Jeg kler meg etter humør. Jeg kan godt være klassisk, det kan jeg like noen dager. Jeg jobbet en stund i Canada, hvor kleskode på jobb er noe helt annet enn her.  Da kunne jeg trippe rundt i todelte drakter og høye heler på jobb. Det passet denne dama som nok er over gjennomsnittet opptatt av hvordan hun ser ut, og liker å fremheve femininiteten:-)
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Her i Norge er kleskodene litt mer avslappet, kanskje særlig i feltet jeg jobber. Men det har sine fordeler også, det gir rom for litt eksperimentering. Så noen dager hiver jeg meg på trenden å mikse ting som jeg tidligere ikke hadde trodd ville passet sammen. Har helt dilla på mønstrete bukser. Kanskje jeg går lei av de fort, kanskje ikke?
 
Uansett er vel klær og mote til for å kunne leke seg litt i hverdagen?
 
Hva synes dere om trenden?
 
 
(artikkel publisert på http://www.iknowthatmagazine.com. 29.05.13)
 
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Print on print – for fashionistas who are trying too hard, or just play and fun with clothes?
 
What do you think of the new trend with print on print?
Jeg think it is cool to find your own style, regardless of trends. But, it is also fun with something new, particularly after a few seasons with soft powder colors in focus! 
I guess I have many styles, I dress accordingly to my mood. I can be classy one day, or experimental another. 
 
While working in Canada, I discovered that the work attire was very different from what I was used to from Norway. There I could stroll around in skirt-suits and high heels. That was pretty awesome for this girl, who is probably more concerned about her looks than the average woman (or, how would I know?:-)
In Norway, and particularly in my field of work, I have to turn it all down. It has it’s perks, though; I can put together pieces that I have never thought would fit together. These days I am goo-goo-ga-ga about patterned pants. Will my passion for them survive or drop dead soon, who knows?
 
Regardless, clothes and fashion is for making some fun and play in everyday life, right?
 
What do you think of the trend?
 

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