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3 Print-Happy Looks Even Minimalists Will Love

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3 Print-Happy Looks Even
Minimalists Will Love

For many, avoiding prints is a pattern that’s hard to break. Solid hues require minimal effort to style, and it’s all too easy to put off wearing your statement pieces for so long that they make it off the hanger only once or twice a year. But wearing more print doesn’t have to be intimidating: From pared-back to preppy to purposefully wild, here are three ways to approach it.

MARIA MCMANUS TRENCH COAT and G. LABEL MALET PRINTED MINI DRESS

NEUTRAL GOOD

Similar to how a main character’s performance is underscored by a good supporting cast, this minidress is even more impactful in the presence of quietly chic neutrals—like a khaki trench, a hazelnut-hued bag, and taupe socks (let them peek out from the tops of your boots).


  1. Sorellina ring

    Sorellina
    ring

     


  2. Saie lip gloss

    Saie
    lip gloss

     


  3. Maria McManus trench coat

    Maria McManus
    trench coat

     


  4. G. Label Malet Printed Minidress

    G. Label
    Malet Printed Minidress

     


  5. Gucci bag

    Gucci
    bag

     


  6. Falke socks

    Falke
    socks

     


  7. Bottega Veneta boots

    Bottega Veneta
    boots

     

G. LABEL Fabian Striped Button-Up Shirt and DRU STRIPED SHIRTING BUSTIER

LINEAR THINKING

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Menswear stripes may be the easiest-to-style motif. Take this bustier-and-button-up set, for instance: Set against an olive-green skirt and gold accessories, it’s a fun yet classic-feeling way to break up a solids-only rut. Wear it unbuttoned for a sexy-without-trying vibe.


  1. Sophie Ratner hoops

    Sophie Ratner
    hoops

     


  2. TATA HARPER Vitamin-Infused Cream Blush

    Tata Harper
    Cream Blush

     


  3. G. Label Fabian Striped Button-Up Shirt

    G. Label
    Fabian Striped Button-Up Shirt

     


  4. G. Label Dru Striped Shirting Bustier

    G. Label
    Dru Striped Shirting Bustier

     


  5. Victoria Beckham skirt

    Victoria Beckham
    skirt

     


  6. Cartier watch

    Cartier
    watch

     


  7. Rue de Verneuil tote

    Rue de Verneuil
    tote

     


  8. Marni sandals

    Marni
    sandals

     

G. LABEL LIU RUGBY-STRIPE SWEATER and KIERRA PRINTED SKIRT

BOLD SCHOOL

When it comes to mixing prints, the trick to styling a look that reads carefully considered instead of chaotic is to keep your color palette cohesive and your accessories minimal (classic sunnies, clean white kicks, frill-free carryall). The result is the perfect mix of unexpected and playful.


  1. G. Label Fiene Yellow Gold and Pavé Ear Cuff

    G. Label
    Fiene Yellow Gold and
    Pavé Ear Cuff

     


  2. Electric sunglasses

    Electric
    sunglasses

     


  3. Saie blush

    Saie
    blush

     


  4. G. Label Liu Rugby-Stripe Sweater

    G. Label
    Liu Rugby-Stripe Sweater

     


  5. G. Label Kierra Printed Skirt

    G. Label
    Kierra Printed Skirt

     


  6. Mateo ring

    Mateo
    ring

     


  7. Chloé tote

    Chloé
    tote

     


  8. Veja sneakers

    Veja
    sneakers

     

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