Trend Alert: Four Ways To Rock Mixed Prints This Season

No matter how much you find plain and monochrome clothes attractive, you will have to admit that designs and patterns are the life of any fabric. This season, we are seeing prints -like plaids, stripes, polka dots, abstract, florals, and whatnot- everywhere. From the brightest of neon colors to the dull greys, the colors of all kinds are also in.

Mixed Prints Are Trending This Season

Although, mixed prints are quite a tricky styling choice because we have many combinations, but every one of it doesn’t look that much good. However, here we are going to share four styling tricks to rock mixed prints and stun everyone.

Keep It In The Same Color Family

This is the most important fashion tip when it comes to the mixed pattern. No matter you are layering multiple items or simply wearing top and bottom. If you are staying in the same color family, you can easily carry on any print. Just like here, plaid and polka dots in black and white seems like a perfect choice.

Match With The Accessories

Even if you don’t want to keep the colors in the same family, one thing you can do is to match the color or print of one clothing with at least an accessory. Be it your shoes, bag or a scarf.

Mix It With The Animal Patterns

Animal patterns are like a universal favorite print. From zebra prints to cheetah, you can style any kind of print from stripes to even abstract. Moreover, with animal patterns, you won’t have to keep in a limited color palette too. Another pro-tip is to wear one animal print over another one, like mixed animal prints. Yes, a great idea indeed!

Same Prints In Different Hues

Another way to design mixed patterns is to use the same pattern in either different colors or the same color in different hues. The dress with stripes in alternating colors is one gorgeous example if you are opting for a one-piece.

Hunia Yousuf is a medical (MBBS) student and a psychiatry aspirant. She is a self proclaimed extroverted-introvert. While casually reading (more like breathing) fiction, she learnt to generate characters of her own and weave them into a plot for her own pleasure.

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