Prints: yes or no?

When it comes to using prints to have a stylish image, opinions have always been divided.

Some consider prints a symbol of a cheap image, while others rely on prints to create a fashion magazine image.

What is certain is that every season we have at least one print, which is fashionable.

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But let’s not forget that trends come and go, so we can wear whatever we want, as long as we know how to do it.

 

How to wear a print

– plaids, stripes, floral or leopard prints, each has its own beauty, we just have to choose the right paint for the right occasion.

-the more extravagant the print, the smaller the quantity must be. For example, an animal print dress combined with shoes and a bag with the same print might be a bit much; instead, we could choose an all-black outfit together with a bag and shoes with a leopard print.

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-we never combine more than three different prints or fabrics.

-for a more extravagant image we can choose elements with the same print, in different colors or we can use several prints, but keep one single color.

– let’s not forget that micro-prints give the illusion of a weaker silhouette, while macro-prints “fatten”

-we can combine a print in neutral colors, such as zebra, with a strong color

How not to wear the prints !!

-not to exaggerate the quantity

-if we wear an outfit with many prints, we give up extravagant accessories and shrill makeup. It could be too much.

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-let’s forget about proportions. In order not to risk looking like a clown, we should take into account the proportions in which we integrate the prints in our outfit. One idea would be 1/3 print and 2/3 the rest of the outfit.

-to use improper prints with the dress code of the event. What would it be like to show up at a festive event in a classic red and black plaid denim shirt? A successful option would be to wear a long dress with elegant floral prints.

-to choose macro-prints, if we want to look fatter and small prints to look thinner

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So we can wear anything and look stylish if we know how to do it. We just have to take into account a few small details and then put our personal imprint on each outfit.

By: Paula Radu

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