Mixing Prints on Melrose

Mixing prints can either look extremely fashion forward, or it can look like you got dressed that morning without the lights on, so it is important to know how to mix prints the right way. On my way to an important lunch meeting, I wanted to look important, while also looking like I am not the type of person who is afraid to think outside the box, which is why I chose a mixed pattern look.

For my look here, I started with one solid colored item; which was my favorite denim bodysuit top from Tuxe Bodywear. I love how versatile this top can be as it can be worn with trousers for work or paired with a cute pencil skirt, or like I did here; with shorts. The best part about this top being a bodysuit is that I can move around, do the bend and snap and not worry that my underwear will be showing. 

Now off to my prints, I picked a floral silk blazer that is chic and lightweight for summer weather. To mix up the patterns, I pulled in nautical striped shorts. Since the stripes are so thin, they did not distract from the floral print of the blazer, which allowed for mix-matched perfection. I kept my shoes nude to work with the off-white color of the shorts and I threw on an off white hat with tie-dye scarf around it.

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