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The mixed print sensation we’ve seen on Michelle Obama and Solange Knowles isn’t going anywhere this Spring. The vibrant trend goes hand-in-hand with the many prints that have gained popularity this season from stripes to polka dots to florals.

Some of the best mixed print outfits give the allusion that you can throw on all your favorite printed pieces and create a visually stunning, cohesive look. But there is a method to mixing patterns.

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  • Mademoiselle

    The only time I like mixed prints is when one print is the bold attention-getter, and the other is subtle enough to not look like or register as a print from a distance. Most other times the outfit just looks to busy for my taste. Also, mixed print or not, the colors should always complement one another.

  • The Comment

    To me, the ability to mix prints is a sign of genius. I love this trend. I remember Japanese chicks doing this 20 yrs ago. Americans thought it was crazy. Now it is all the rave.

  • Miss A

    Ehhh, I don’t see what the fuss is about. I refuse to wear flower skirts with striped tops! I will leave that crazy trend to Hollywodd….

  • are all 4 tips “be solange”? LOL