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4 Ways To Master The 2018 Print On Print Fashion Trend

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Print mixing is one of the season’s hot fashion trends and is going to rule the fashion diary of 2018.

While it is the most versatile trend to play with, doing it right can be a little tricky. Prints can only get better and more edgy when paired right, otherwise the look also runs the risk of becoming downright tacky.

Here’s your guide to getting the print-on-print look on point:

1. Not The Ordinary Co-Ords


The latest fashion trends call for smart print mixing of two or more familiar patterns that look like co-ords. The clever camouflage trend is seen on many celebrities, take, for example, Alia Bhatt’s latest look.

2. Of Colorful Prints And Patterns


Ever thought graphic prints, floral and lace can go together? Look how pretty and poised Nargis Fakhri looks in her ensemble featuring a bold graphic T-shirt, lacy skirt and a floral blazer. The key to getting this look right? Stick to a palette of pretty contrasting shades.

3. The Common Element


Bollywood’s resident fashionista, Sonam Kapoor spills the biggest secret of print on print. The styling trick is to have an element in common, either in terms of color or in pattern, or best, both! Here, you can see slight hints of beige and white on a background of blue, which go perfectly well with her summery beige and white top.

4. Color-Balancing


The first chapter of any print mixing lesson starts with clubbing two different prints of the same color. If you have just started to follow the fashion news, play safe with something smart and chic like Shraddha Kapoor’s ensemble here. You can do the same with a printed top and a sophisticated printed blazer over it.

Spice up your wardrobe with prints in the season’s hot fashion trends. Go print-mixing with LIVA kurtas and leggings, women’s jumpsuits, designer tunics and the likes. The fiber cellulose fabric adds bounce and fluidity to the look to take the style quotient up a notch.

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