The print-on-print trend is something we are seeing everywhere lately , yet it can be difficult to pull off. Madison shares her tips and inspirations that will guide you to understanding the difference between making it work and not making it work:
Basically you can “semi-freely” mix and match prints all in one outfit, but there needs to be something that connects them together. Two of the best options are to find a theme in the color tones/palates or direction of prints on the actual garments. When it comes to size, it looks best if one of the prints is a bit more big and bold, while the other is a bit more toned down. For people who are new and a bit less daring, the smartest way to try out print-on-print is to choose a color palate. When it comes to the rest of the outfit’s components/accessories, keep it to a major minimum. After the inspiration images, check out a few outfits where print-on-print can work for anyone.
Continue reading about matching prints here.
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