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Deevatips 101: Few Rules to Wearing Print This Season
This summer is all about prints! Printed tees, dresses, skirts, and even printed bags. But what’s a girl to do with so many choices and so many prints? If you’ve been to any store or mall in the past month or two, you’ve probably noticed a TON of printed items, but which should you pick up, and when you do, how do you wear these prints properly?
I am always glad to guide you on these;
1. ONE PRINT AT A TIME:
Wear one print at a time. Prints stand out a lot, so it’s best to keep the rest of your look simple. If you decide to go for a printed tee, keep your bottoms to one color… preferably a color that is already in the print.
2. MIXING PRINTS:
You would have noticed that mixing prints are a big trend this season and it's not as daunting as it may initially seem. Like wearing black with brown, rocking white after Labor Day, or a redhead sporting red – some sacred style rules just don’t stick anymore. The most recent fashion law that chic celebs are breaking nowadays? Clashing prints! But they are a few simple guidelines to mixing prints and not looking like it's rack day.
-Make sure one color repeats in every piece of the outfit (for example, navy paisley with navy, red, and white plaid)
-Combine loose prints with structured prints (like swirls with stripes)
-Blend small designs with larger-scale ones (such as gingham with bold flowers).
3. START WITH ACCESSORIES:
Start with accessories and work your way up! A good place to start experimenting with prints is with bags and shoes. An animal print shoe is a sure way to make your whole outfit stand out.
4. ANIMAL PRINTS:
When wearing animal prints, it’s always best to stick to black for the rest of the outfit. So if you’re wearing an animal print dress, stick to black shoes and a black bag.
5. KEEP IT CLASSY:
Don’t combine an animal print top with a tribal print skirt – it will look trashy rather than classy. So just pick one print and leave the rest simple. You can keep it simple with a two-print mix and ease up to a head-to-toe look. Just make sure, as you do with any outfit you put together, you're thinking about your silhouette and balancing the prints
6. FITTED PRINTS: Opt for fitted prints! Fabrics that are closer to the body, especially in print, look a lot more put together rather than larger, billowy prints which could actually make you larger than you are.
7. BIG PRINTS AND LITTLE PRINTS:
Big prints make you look bigger and if you’ve already got a fuller figure, I advise you to stay away from there! Instead, opt for smaller prints which will be much more forgiving
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