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Ten winning ideas for mixing prints and patterns
The delicate question is how to combine different prints together without seeming "stumbled" in the wardrobe? Here are our guidelines for winning mix & match to show off this spring and beyond!
Let's start from the basics: “More is more”, ok, but be careful not to overdo it. The golden rule is this: choose a dominant pattern and another that, on the other hand, is only a slight accent; a "+" is linked to a "-", to understand, as in physics.
Rule number 2: hurry up but keep one same color field. There are very different prints that work together because they share a basic color palette, which therefore guarantees a certain harmony.
Or again, a corollary to rule number 2, the element in common may not be the color, but the geometric pattern. So here you are more than authorized to mix, for example, lines of different thicknesses and colors (the latter, in particular, work a bit as a passepartout).
Do you want to start experimenting right away? In the gallery you will find ten winning combinations to hit the mark by mixing different prints.