HOW TO MIX PRINTS FOR FALL

MIX PRINTS FOR FALL

How to Mix Prints for Fall

Hey guys! Joslyn from Desert Bloomed here. Can you believe Christmas is right everywhere the corner?! I’m still clinging onto fall as the weather is so perfect right now. I usually have the classic standbys for my fall wardrobe like jeans, sweaters and boots, but this year I tried to get a little more creative with  winter fashion and that started with mixing up my prints! I was  a little intimidated to try mixing prints because I didn’t know what the rules were, but after trying it out I notice there are no rules!

Here’s a roundup of some of  new favorite print combos, plus my tips for making mixing work.

CAMO & CHEETAH

This year I was  stoked that camo and cheetah prints were back on trend. There are so many different shapes and shades to choose from, so you really can incorporate them in your closet with ease. I went for a more gloomy camo  so it would be more versatile and paired it with a classic white skinny jean . The denim jacket really helps separate and makes the pairing a lot less overwhelming.

 

PLAID & STRIPES

This might be one of my special winter outfits ever. It looks like I just got back from apple picking in an orchard to make some homemade apple cider and that’s the kind of fall vibe I’m looking for! CLICK HERE  for more tips on how to style overalls!

Clothing shows many things about a person, people often wear clothes to say things about themselves. Many men and women dress smartly in suits or high-priced to either show off their money, look good, or during the time that I say ” Dress for success

GINGHAM & ANIMAL PRINT

I have had this clutch for years and it is one of absolute favorite accessories. It is such a fun way to spice up any outfit. It looks great with chambray, turquoise or olive and effortlessly pairs well with other prints like gingham.

TIPS & TRICKS

  • Mix being dashing and small prints to create balance. Skinny stripes with large polka dots or leopard with bold stripes are some great pairings.
  • Leopard print goes with practically anything!
  • Have fun with blending different patterns of the very same print. Tiny polka dots +being dashing polka dots, skinny stripes + being dashing stripes – you get the idea.
  • If being dashing isn’t your style, mix and match prints that share colour palettes for a more subtle combo.
  • If being dashing is your style, have fun with it! Make your own rules.

 

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Do you like to mix prints? What is your favorite combo?

 

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