Mixed print tunic
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How To Wear Mixed Print With Style

If you take a peek in any of the high street stores, you will find print clothing. Right now, the big trend is to clash them, thus creating the mixed print style. However this can be a tad scary, and if you do it wrong the results can look awful. If you are new to the clash-print style and you are putting it together from scratch, opt for similar colours that blend well, and do not go too far, or mix up your outfit with some awesome print accessories.

During Milan fashion week, we saw just about every kind of printed pattern paired together – and it worked amazingly well. Mixing up workable print into a sassy and sexy look can be daunting, so many high street brands have helped us out, by creating gorgeous mix and match pieces.

1.Joe Brown’s Mix It Up Longline Dress, £39.95

Mixed print dress
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Check out this beautifully designed, patterned panel dress from Joe Brown. The pretty dress demonstrates how a mix of printed pattern can be sophisticated, stylish, and look as if it came straight off the runway – all for less than £40! Team with some plain black or blue court shoes, to prevent overdoing the style and to keep the focus on this standout dress.

2.Millie Mackintosh ¾ Sleeve Mix Print Dress, Asos, Was £65, Now £45

Asos mixed print dress
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Millie Mackintosh has nailed the mixed print look with this stunning dress. Combining paisley patterns and separating with a block of red really encapsulates the mixed print vibe, making this a truly amazing piece. Again, do not overdo the prints – simply add some black mid-length or over-the-knee boots, and you’re good to go.

3.Mixed Print Tunic Top, Asos, £12

Mixed print tunic
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Rock the bohemian vibe with this cute, mixed print tunic top from Asos. The lace-up neckline and dropped drawstring waist is super-flattering, and looks awesome with a pair of distressed jeans and strappy heels.

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