You might find this trend weird, uncomfy and outdated at first, but mixing prints is one of the coolest things about fashion. Today’s post is about ways on how to mix prints and patterns this year. Believe me, once you know how to do things right, you gonna love this trend more than anything else. There are so many interesting ways to have fun with your printed garments. If you are looking for inspiration, then I’ve got a great compilation of street style looks that can catch people’s attention in seconds. If you want to know more, then keep on reading to see some tricks and tips on how to make your classic fashion staples look individual and sophisticated.
If you are a beginner to this trend, then I recommend starting with very small things. You can begin by mixing prints in the same color scheme, creating a kind of onesie look. Sure, you better use the same print in different sizes (if possible), like thin stripes mixed with wide stripes, or small polka dots styled with big dots, small checkered pattern, and big checks, etc. Personally, I love the harmony of the created outfits that keep your outfit look polished and classy. For instance, try on white-blush thin striped long-sleeve top tucked in maxi full skirt completed in wide white and blush stripes. If you want to be more creative, then you can add some flair to your looks by mixing the same prints in the same colors, but in the different direction. I mean, if your top is black and polka dots white, then let your bottom garment be white in black polka dots. Or you can pair the same geometric pattern garments but let the print go in different directions. I love to see ladies who appear in the same print clothes, but in different colors. I mean, the same print appears in contrasting colors. This addition will add some interest to your outfits, but still, it is going to look put together. For instance, black-red gingham coat can be worn atop black turtleneck tucked in black-green gingham skirt. If you already want to mix various prints, then you can start from simple patterns, like pairing regular geometric prints like polka dots with stripes, or checks with polka dots. Feel free to use contrasts, bright details, and classy fits. If you want to mix irregular prints, like florals, snakeskin, tribal, abstract prints, then the best way is to pair them with simple geometric prints, like stripes and polka dots. Let your geometric print be a neutral piece. Sure, those of you who love to wear bold prints might find it hard to harmonize their looks, but I recommend to neutralize your bold garments with solid classic color accessories or garments, like a scarf, coat, jacket, belt, etc.