How To Mix Prints Like a Boss


Mixing prints can be tricky until you get the hang of it.

It may seem like this is a trick that only street style stars can achieve. But, there's nothing you can't do without a little planning and prayer. We want to empower you with some great tips on how to do it right without looking like you got dressed in the dark.

It's not rocket science though. The biggest key is to be playful. Don't take yourself so seriously.

Keep these tips and tricks in mind:

  • Graphic prints play well with other
  • If you mix prints of different sizes and scales, make sure one color ties them together
  • Try different silhouettes like a structured print with one that is gone with the wind fabulous
  • Two bold prints with a neutral help break up the clutter
  • Sometimes a belt helps to blend the patterns and give you a fluid look.
  • Polka dots and stripes were meant to mix it up together
  • Inverting colors is fly! For example, find a white top with black stripes with a black pants with white stripes

Take cues from these beauties. Ready? Let's mix it up!

Juliette is the queen of prints. She effortlessly pairs them by finding similar color schemes within staples. The black and white in the top and the skirt make for a smooth transition.

Think you got it down? Let us know how you rock it.

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Feature Photo: Juliette Foxx of @romeosfashionfix

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