How many times have you liked a patterned clothing piece at the store but you didn’t buy it because you didn’t have a plain piece that will match it? Probably a lot! Are you sick and tired of always pairing a print with something plain and simple? Do you want to create an extraordinary outfit with two or more different prints? These outfits are definitely going to be attention-grabbing and statement-making, so if you are ready to be in the center of attention than you should definitely mix prints and patterns. Here I’m going to inspire you with some Remarkable Ways To Mix Prints That Will Take Your Outfits To A Next Level. Girls all around the world do it in an outstanding fashion, and I believe that you will rock this trend too! Check out the photos below and let them boost you imagination!
Mixing prints is not easy, but we have to admit that when it’s done right it can look pretty stunning. There are some unexpected ways to mix patterns and look fashionable. Get all your printed clothes from the wardrobes and pair them to see which ones look good together. This is the best way to see whether they click, so you will have to try several outfits in front of the mirror!
One easy way to pull off this look is to mix stripes and floral prints. Spring is on its way here, so you may start considering mixing prints to welcome the new season in style.
The key thing that you should adhere to if you want to pull off good looks with these mixed prints is to be and loo confident. Don’t feel scared and intimidated to go out on the street when you mix them but wear them with style.
Are you feeling confident to go for three different prints? You may want to try out the stripes, the plaid pattern and some lovely dots. Dress in layers this winter and make a statement wherever you go!
If you are beginner with mixing prints and pattern here’s a tip for you. Make sure your two or more clothing pieces are in different prints but in matching and similar colors.
All of these outfits are bold and only daring and confident women can wear them. Do you see yourselves in mixed prints and patterns?