How To Mix Prints Like A Pro



At first glance, print mixing seems like a tricky trend. But all you really need is a few guidelines and a fierce attitude to master the art of mixing and matching. I promise; it’s much easier than it looks. The first thing you have to do is forget everything you every knew about fashion. Instead, think of your outfit as a visual story.

print mixing
Nicolette of Nicolette Mason & Gabi of Gabifresh

1. Mix and match prints according to colors and textures, not the prints themselves. If the colors look good together then the prints will look good too. Try using black and white, or the same color in different prints—you can’t go wrong with those when you’re not sure what colors match better.

2. Florals are definitely the most common summer print, but they are usually paired with white pants or denim. So instead, have fun with it! They look great mixed with black & white, stripes, dots, and other floral prints.

3. If print-on-print-on-print is just too much for you, that’s fine! You can mix different textures of the same color.mixed printsDasha of Windy City Wardrobe
how to mix printsJalpa of Samosa Popandrogynous fashion Allison of She Does Him Fashiond334828e1f81d2576f1a27d6a4898717Mo of Miss Lion HunterIMG_03331Courtney of Color Me CourtneyDSCN0945Cedar of On Cedar Planet Dasha GuytonP.S. If you’re already mixing prints–kudos to you, keep it up! If you’re hesitant, just HAVE FUN and remember it’s all about making a bold fashion statement. Plus, once you get the hang of it, you can forget about the rules, and do your own thing.

5 Comments Add yours

  1. These ladies look amazing…I love the mixing print trend!

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    1. Dāsha says:

      Go for it🖒 I’m excited to see what you come up with

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