How to Style Prints for Spring

how to style prints for spring

How to Style Prints for Spring

I love mixing prints and/or patterns. However, it can be scary if you're unsure on how to match certain prints. First rule of thumb, leopard is a neutral so there's that. Simple. Easy. Adding the jacquard bomber was an easy given. I felt it made it a tad more feminine with the blush tone. I added the olive green baker boy hat to tie in with the leopard mules, so I had darker neutrals on top and bottom.

SO start out with a neutral pattern, whether it's a leopard print or even a traditional black and white gingham. These are bit more easier to work with then, let's say, a floral print. I do plan to show how to style florals soon.

I will say, DO NOT be afraid to experiment with patterns. You'd be surprised what works well with each other.

Also, thanks to my boss babe bestie, Lisa (from the for shooting these amazing photos!!!

Thanks for stopping by! 

xx- Jess

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Bomber Jacket: old, (similar here and here) | Shirt: Mas Amor | Jeans: Target (downsize, if possible, runs a little big) | Shoes: Steve Madden | Hat: Target ( few more options here and here) | Sunnies: old (similar here and here)