fashion Editorial

WORKING PRINTS

Mixing prints could possibly be one of the most difficult things to do. But don’t you worry! Fashion Stylist, Landon Simpson brings to life this season’s most dynamic prints, and our Contributing Editor, Elizabeth Vang, shares her tips on how to master the art of mixing prints to forge one unforgettable ensembles.

H&M Printed Skirt and Top www.hm.com- H&M Necklace www.hm.com
- Nike Shoes www.nike.com - Marc by Marc Jacobs Bracelet www.marcjacobs.com .

Landon Simpson’s “Working Prints” is the perfect example of bringing fashion-chaos to order. He carefully assembled a kaleidoscope of patterns and prints that ranged from romantic florals to stripes and bold graphics to psychedelic-prints; all done with an organized geometric feel.

It’s no secret print-mixing can be somewhat scary but don’t sweat over it.

Instead, opt for big, bold prints and wear them together. For instance, put on a hyper-bright floral skirt with a bold striped top, then finish the look with a pair of sneakers. So, what’s the key to mixing prints? Play around with them. Start by pairing prints in the same color family (one big, one smaller), then work-in complimentary colors. Voila! You’ve created the perfect artful ensemble that will warrant a second glance from anybody.

Gap T-shirt www.gap.com - Clover Canyon Dress www.clovercanyon.com - Nordstrom Necklace www.shop.nordstrom.com - Banana Republic Bracelet www.bananarepublic.com - Guess Shoes.

Neo Bantu Suit www.neobantu.com - Miss U T-shirt – Gap Belt  www.gap.com - Banana Republic Shoes www.bananarepublic.com.

Ann Taylor Woven Shirt www.anntaylor.com - Halogen Shoes www.shop.nordstrom.com/c/halogen.