Print on Print: 50 Shades of Blue

DSC06692 (2)Sydney’s weather is very gloomy these days. Therefore, I tried to light up my mood by clashing some prints.

In my humble opinion, the secret to print-mixing is to introduce solid colours into the ensemble. Here I used some plain jeggings to break up the two strong graphics. The more patterns you want to throw into the mix, the more solid colour items you may want to add. After all, we want to look chic not crazy.
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It’s also fool-proof to follow the same colour family, so the prints will complement each other in the best way possible.
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As this look is quite monotone, I put on some bright orange lippie as my final touch to make it more pull-together. Now the rainy days don’t look too bad, do they? 😉DSC06716

Would you mix prints? Why or why not?

 

What Did I Wear

Top / Bought in Hong Kong
Jeggings / ASOS Petite (with DIY slash)
Jacket / Finders Keepers
Ankle Boots / Cooperative
Clutch / Skinnydip London
Sunglasses / Quay
Watch / Marc by Marc Jacobs
Ring / H&M Studio
Bracelets / Fitbit Flex, Mantraband, House of Harlow 1960
Lipstick / shu uemura Rouge Unlimited Lipstick – Bright Orange

 

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