When it comes to mixing prints, you’ve always been told its a big fashion no-no. This fashion myth is totally wrong!   There are endless combinations and ways to get creative when mixing prints. But knowing what works? That’s a little tricky. Our stylists have pulled together 3 great mix-and-match looks and 3 tips on how to mix the classic fall prints for any great look this year.

Release your fashion baggage- Book an appointment-2Color

Stick with prints in the same color palette. If you’re nervous about two prints being too loud together, add black and white patterns for a more subtle take on the trend.


Screen Shot 2018-09-02 at 2.49.06 PMTrimmed Plaid Ruana

183041573_0957Kelsey Tweed Heels

Screen Shot 2018-09-03 at 2.48.45 PMEdison Houndstooth Flats

38a978_23a8d149062244c5bffba7cbdfc12bf7~mv2_d_2304_3456_s_2Plaid Coat w/Fringe

Screen Shot 2018-09-03 at 2.52.11 PMPlaid Ryan Loafers

Screen Shot 2018-09-03 at 2.53.40 PMKelsey Stripe Pump

Release your fashion baggage- Book an appointment-3Size

One print should always be bigger than the other, to avoid having the print wear you! Playing with different colors can help to distinguish size and breakup a monochromatic look.



38a978_7f0c18cb81f44485a460487a8bdf72e1~mv2Plaid Tucked Chemise Dress

Screen Shot 2018-09-02 at 11.37.34 AMElegant Border Scarf

Release your fashion baggage- Book an appointment-4Classic

Go for classic pieces to complete your look. A black bag and matching booties or pumps are always timeless accessories.


DSC_6509-EditJenni Kayne – Cotton Boyfriend Shirt

38a978_b0412ce750d74b7bbc2ed3f3caa1cead~mv2Plaid Pant

Will you dare to mix prints this fall?

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