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12 Print-Mixing Outfits To Take Your Style To The Next Level

Fashion insiders love this trick.

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Looking to liven up your wardrobe this summer? Try mixing the season’s bold prints together into one eye-catching outfit. Ahead, all the inspiration you need to pull it off.

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To keep things playful, style a graphic top with abstract pants. A relaxed fit keeps the look from feeling stuffy. Raimonda Kulikauskiene/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
Consider leopard print a neutral that pairs well with bright printed pieces like this rainbow tie-dye Céline skirt. Melodie Jeng/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
If head-to-toe prints is too much for you, consider roping in a friend and styling opposite pieces so that you can pose together. Edward Berthelot/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
Give florals an edge by pairing with a rock tee and graphic swirled skirt.Edward Berthelot/WireImage/Getty Images
One easy way to ease into the trend is by picking patchwork pieces that already mix and match a number of prints together, like these ensembles from Ganni.Christian Vierig/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
You can subtly play with your wardrobe by opting for fun accessories in different hues.Christian Vierig/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
Not all print mixing has to be bold. Try pairing two classics together like camouflage and preppy stripes.Christian Vierig/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
A small check print is an easy choice to layer with the summer’s bold swirls. Christian Vierig/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
To keep your look a bit more streamlined, try pairing two printed pieces in the same color family. The look feels effortlessly put-together. Edward Berthelot/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
Chunky, oversized prints have a laid-back attitude — perfect for summer. Try an abstract swirl or wide stripe for an eye-catching ensemble. Melodie Jeng/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
Mixing up your prints can be subtle - a graphic dress gets an instant lift thanks to a pair of statement-making boots. Finish with a playful scarf tied around your purse.Hanna Lassen/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
To make a printed ensemble feel purposeful, try playing with the size of each print. A smaller, detailed print on top balances out a graphic print below.Edward Berthelot/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

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