Keep it bright and vibrant. In today’s post we are going to speak about best ways how to mix prints and patterns this Summer season. If you want to look unique and stand-out from the crowd, then you better give this look a try. Believe me, you gonna achieve a perfect look that will underline your individuality. I know, some years ago mixing prints was a faux-pas, but time goes on and we are free to to do whatever we want to express and explore our personalities to find something new, original and creative. The mixing prints is the best and easiest way to make us stand out and look very special. Read on to find out more.
Of course, the easiest way to wear your bold animal or abstract print with something black, denim or white, but how about trying on something different, cool and bright? The rules are made to break them. More is more! It’s time to be sophisticated, ultimate luxe and trendy. Believe me, if you do things right, the result gonna look incredibly hot and trendy. All you need is to put on mixed prints in bottoms and tops that will make you look chic, fun and gorgeous. I’ve got several tips for you to master the mixed prints look. First of all, you should mix and match prints according to colors and textures. The outfit should be visually strong: your overall image has to be crazy and put together. Use different textures, but mix them on the same color palette. The similar textures can be done in different colors and prints. Speaking of stripes, then this basic print is super versatile and can be mixed with everything you want, starting from florals, tropicals, animal spots to dots, checks and all kinds of graphics. My next favorite are florals. This print looks great mixed with other florals, like tropicals, stripes, dots, black and white combos and graphics. The animal spots are great for mixing with other animal prints, stripes, checks and florals. Speaking of checks, then you should give them a try and pair them with other checks, stripes and dots. Anyway, have fun and play with all your favorite prints and patterns.