Guide to Make Clashing Prints Work Tips

Why wear one print when you can wear two (or even three)? The fingerprints that face each other are something I never get tired of. However, there are some tips (I wouldn’t call them rules) for this daring wardrobe move, and despite what you might think, the prints that compete against each other are surprisingly wearable. If this does not come naturally to you or you are afraid of it, just follow some of the tips that I have compiled below. One thing I can tell you about these “rules” of fashion is that they are meant to be broken. With confidence. There is no mode error if you learn to be honest. If you still don’t know where to start and need a little guidance, this article is for you.

The easiest way to meet your fingerprints? Buy a single piece that already presents mixed prints in a dress like this one I’m wearing here. Several flowers in one piece. Is that great? Sounds like cheating, but it’s not promised.

Sticking to one color palette (see what I did with the paisley print in the first picture) or a single print in several complementary colors (the look next door) are also two foolproof approaches and they look incredibly chic.

Remember when I told you to think about flowers for spring? The animal print is just a timeless alternative. You have my blessing to distinguish this flamboyant model like never before.

The means include: the same print in different colors or the opposite skins such as snake skin and zebra in the same outfit, as I did in this picture on the right. This is the wild life (what?). In addition, another good advice is to include your outerwear. Just wear a patterned top or a strappy dress and put on another printed jacket.

Striped peas are a snap, especially in black and white. In addition, scratches are the ultimate connection. The simple hard lines cut off the sound and remove the eye from the other characteristic pattern, regardless of whether it is looking for attention.

Clashes do not have to mean that your whole outfit is organizing a wild party. Leaving a neutral room, you can reduce the unrest and get away with a bolder clash between the other elements.

In summary, clashing is a head-turning fashion statement and a fun way to turn outdated soloist pieces into revived ensembles. Separately, each piece seems to be polar opposites, but when they are combined, they somehow harmoniously coexist. I personally like it (as you probably already know) and I think the best advice I can give you is that if you are not sure if it works, but you like what you see in the mirror, your contradictory statement is profitable. Don’t think about it too much. Tell me, are you a fingerprint addict like me ?

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