Mix & Match: mixed prints!
Get used to it: mixing prints is super trendy nowadays and the style is here to stay. Although it is always seen on street style blogs, it is also very feared by most people.
Says Gloria Kalil: “You must take it easy and follow the steps not to transform the mix of prints in a fashion drama. This tip should help you and make it easy when venturing yourself into greater combinations.”
The walkthrough is below, but Gloria adds: “This trend should not get too close to the work environment, it may be too much.”
-An easy combination is to match one or two maxi-prints with tinier versions of the same pattern so you have a zoom-in and zoom-out effect. This rule should work for any pattern – animal print, ethnic, floral, geometric…
– Mixing prints in the same color range is a way to balance the final look
– Black and White patterns are always more elegant and easy to combine
See you next post!
Shades: Ray Ban
Pocket square: Gant
Watch: IWC Watches
Socks: Happy Socks
Riviera bracelet: Priya
Leather bracelet: Antonio Bernardo
Greek eye: Vika
Turquoise Bracelet: Mônica Caetano
Photos: Linus Hallsénius/SnyderNewYork