Prints are quite versatile and vibrant additions to one’s wardrobe. They can grab attention and elevate even a basic outfit with utmost ease. Donning one print at a time is fairly easy. However, the trick lies in clashing more than one print. And frankly speaking, it can get daunting and confusing on how to pair them. Given that they’re suitable for a variety of occasions, I think a lesson on clashing prints is important, noh? That’s why we turned to our sartorial queens of today—bloggers, for some much-needed inspiration.
Leaving no dearth of mixing a plethora of prints, fashion bloggers have effortlessly aced this tricky trend. Amalgamating different versions of the same print to a “clash-course” on teaming prints from different families, they have done it all. Florals, foliage, gingham, argyle, geometric, checks, there’s nothing they haven’t tried. Need some tips and tricks on how to marry two or more prints? Scroll ahead for some style cues.
Dressed in Falguni Shane Peacock, the Love Bug sisters’ choice of style was quite daring yet stunning, don’t you think? Trishala mixed large blooms with floral appliqué, stripes and hints of chevron, while Shereen united foliage print and bold stripes with a colourful, chess-like printed blouse. The trick to sporting busy prints flawlessly is to stick to a similar colour family.
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Mitali from House of Misu wore a kurta set along with a full-length jacket from Saundh. The Ikat printed kurta features peacock motifs at the hemline and works well with the geometrical printed jacket. The trick? Like mentioned, don’t mix one too many hues when you opt for busy prints.
Juhi’s choice of mixing prints was simple, smart and statement-making. She teamed dark blue and red, floral printed pants with a red and blue, gingham printed, front-knot blouse. I particularly love how she notched up the outfit with a houndstooth jacket!
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If I could only apply 1 lipstick shade forever it would be my go-to orange lip 🍊💋 Kinda goes with everything! | Alsooo I’ve so many orange lipsticks at this point that I don’t remember the one I applied while shooting this look BUT will share a list of my top 5 orange lipsticks soon? 😁 . . . . . . #bornoninstagram
Mixing prints from two different families is Komal’s boho-chic ensemble. She teamed her floral printed Zara blouse with an H&M skirt featuring argyle print. While the blooms on the blouse were loud, her choice of opting for a subtle print to pair it with balanced out the sartorial drama!
Dressed in Louis Vuitton, Santoshi played around with a geometrical printed co-ord set and blended it with a logo-slapped bikini blouse. And her trick to making it work was keeping the colours in check! Want to turn heads while you’re on your next beach vacation? Let Santoshi’s relaxed outfit serve you with a lesson!
The number one rule to acing this trend is opting for a minimal number of colours. On that note, tell us whose outfit you liked the most in the comments below!
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