Spring Trends | Mixing in Prints

As much as I am a fan of the whole minimalist movement, I’m seriously over seeing everyone + everything in solid black, white, blue, and khaki. Seriously, where’s the color?? The pattern? And why are we shying away from it, especially in Spring? While you want your foundational pieces to be neutral, there’s nothing wrong with variety, guys! Mixing in prints is like giving your wardrobe a refresh, and they will help keep you from looking like everyone else.

You don’t have to look like you’re on perpetual vacation at a resort (you know the look), but with so many different types of prints to choose from, you should definitely have a little fun with your style.

A few things to think about:

Noisy May Tall Tropical Print JumpsuitNoisy May Tall Tropical Print Jumpsuit, $50

River Island 70's Print Shift DressRiver Island 70’s Print Shift Dress, $90

Vero Moda Petite Embellished Leaf KimonoVero Moda Petite Embellished Leaf Kimono, $89

First & I Boho Paisley Print Wrap PlaysuitFirst & I Boho Paisley Print Wrap Playsuit, $36

Whistles Pamous Print Panel Hem Strappy TopWhistles Pamous Print Panel Hem Strappy Top, $136

Cheap Monday Autograph Maxi DressCheap Monday Autograph Maxi Dress, $76

River Island Turtleneck A Line DressRiver Island Turtleneck A Line Dress, $118

Pink Clove Floral Print Wrap RomperPink Clove Floral Print Wrap Romper, $43

Monki Oversized Gingham Shirt DressMonki Oversized Gingham Shirt Dress, $54

 

What are your favorite prints to wear?

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