HOW TO WEAR PRINTS.. WITH EVERYTHING!

Dropping some more inspiration your way, this is a blog post featuring some of the best printed dresses I have seen over the last few months. This blog is to inspire you to get creative with your wardrobe, even if you cannot afford expensive clothing or this exact piece. After all fashion comes down to being explorative with fabrics, textures and colors and how you mix all of it together. How you mix it well, then becomes your style!

The first piece on my list is this dress with abstract colors and puffy sleeves. Puffed up exaggerated sleeves have been the talk of the town and this dress adds to it. If you cannot do something exactly identical to this dress, consider buying a simple printed puff sleeve dress and bring in a multitude of colors!

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This is another example of how to do puffy sleeves right, with orange satin sleeves overpowering the look. Most people may think of staying simple with this look, and going for a plain skirt, however try thinking out of the box. Blending two prints is no easy job, but if it works it will stand out!

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Another example of great colors and a great printed dress. One way to find something similar to this is looking for pleated clothes. Try out a simple google search to find abstract printed pleated dresses and find something that creates this look. Do not forget to accessorize and wear it like the look below!

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Another great way to blend two different prints, but in this case in the same color group. This can be an easier task than mixing two different colors altogether to make it look like a stunning duo. I love the choice of the long skirt, it makes the whole look ethnic!

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WOW! This one tops my list on the print mixes! This is a great way to mix black and white to create something that grabs eyeballs. It is no easy task to be able to find something exactly like this image, but it is all about getting your creative juices flowing and innovating!

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Simple, and got a little of the boho cuts and prints, this is a great choice for a nice cotton dress in summer. If you have always stuck to plain choices, time to explore into printed paradise!

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This one is an all in one piece, and if you want to style it like this, your best shot is to look for a dress like this. A dress that has already been designed by a professional is going to have the mixes right, and is an easy choice for those who do not want to explore much!

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Pink for Paradise! For those women who love your pink’s, this is a great way to work with pink with florals. The good part about this one is being able to find floral print dresses super easily. Go simple with your accessories with some gold earrings and flats for the best results!

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For those who have a skinny body profile, or at least your upper body is, try out this ensemble. No matter how your printed pants look, styling it with white or black can never fail you. It is an effortless way to fit in prints with anything you are wearing!

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This one has a mix of crochet, embellished with pinks and deep blue’s and paired up with some bold checks and orange tones. This is not an easy outfit to recreate, but if you do find something like this, try to work with plum, orange and black!

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Anne Hathaway is looking absolutely stunning in this simple, yet chic ensemble. The choice of the shoes is what makes the outfit look so put together. It sticks to the basic principle of using 2-3 shades and working with it. I would vouch for this being one of the easiest ways to use printed clothes!

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Similar to the last look, but to drive and amp up your inspiration, this is using a few different shades instead. Maybe it is easier for you to find a printed skirt instead of a printed blouse, and in that case look for the most prominent color on your skirt and wear a blouse of that shade.

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The last outfit on the list and a bold combination of stripes with prints using a small element of sheer in the midst of it all. Have fun exploring with sheer jackets, and printed dresses as they always make a great combination!

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Lots of Love,

Road Dress Travelled x