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Mixing Different Prints

When mixing different prints you want to play with the size of the print.   This is something you can do when mixing similar prints as well, but with different patterns you can also use the shape of the print to make them more interesting together.  In the outfit below with the gingham pants and polka dot top there is variation in the outfit by putting a very stark concrete pattern with something more fluid and soft.  This idea is also show in the leopard dress and graphic jacket combination on the far right.

Mixing Different Prints

Mint Velvet print dress
£89 – houseoffraser.co.uk

Leopard dress
$72 – topshop.com

Equipment blouse
$329 – my-wardrobe.com

Corset top
$60 – topshop.com

Old Navy printed shirt
$25 – oldnavy.gap.com

Vionnet collarless jacket
£495 – theoutnet.com

Marc Jacobs short jacket
$1,300 – barneys.com

See by Chloe checkered pants
$426 – my-wardrobe.com

Le Mont St Michel blue pleated skirt
$265 – stevenalan.com

Citizens of Humanity floral shorts
$179 – otteny.com

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