Mixing # Brand names together?

oui-moi

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Nov 17, 2007
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I'm new to LV. I got my Speedys & cles this month and at 32 they were my first LV purchases. Needless to say, I'm thrilled with the whole experience!:okay:

Before that, I was into Burberry and I still love it...
The other day, as I was leaving the house in a rush, I wraped my Burberry scarf around my neck and grabbed my Mini Lin Speedy but then I stopped to think if it was too much and if it was a no no :nogood: to mix designers together...
I ended up staying on the safe side by getting my plain -no designer name- beige scarf...

What do you think about mixing designers items together (read those with logos)?
Is it too much?
Is it still classy?
Or does it look more like designer galore?:shrugs:
 

Texas Girl

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Jul 21, 2006
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I think head to toe LV would be overkill if they're covered in the lv logo. Same with any other designer, too. You gotta have some balance. However if the pieces don't distract from each other and if you go easy on the logos it would be OK.
 

BagsRME

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Dec 7, 2007
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True style and fashion comes from being able to identify yourself with a mixture of brands, trends, colors, and time frames, and making an identity all your own. When logos are involved I would proceed with caution. I saw a woman with too much going on, it did not look good.
 

jmzr22

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Sep 3, 2007
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True style and fashion comes from being able to identify yourself with a mixture of brands, trends, colors, and time frames, and making an identity all your own. When logos are involved I would proceed with caution. I saw a woman with too much going on, it did not look good.

As well as not restricting yourself soley to 'luxury' items. Style knows no price bar.
 
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