Whether it’s summer or winter, you’re probably over the print ‘era’ since it has been on for quite some time, but prints are daring, loud and bringout your personality. From gingham to polka dots and animal patterns,
can’t get enough of prints, as designers continue to reinvent populartextiles like floral so they can be worn beyond the summer days and intonwinter, as shown here.
Because of the eye-catching nature of these fabrics, some women can find it difficult to incorporate prints into their everyday wardrobe. The refulgent array of dresses on <a href=”https://www.lyst.com.au/shop/dresses/“>Lyst</a>may have us thinking that bold prints are great for the weekends, but don’t think that you can’t wear them on a daily basis, even in places like the office.
In case you’re low on ways for working with printed dresses, here are a few tips for some outfit inspiration
1. Break up prints using a belt or a jacket.
Leopard print (and any other print for the matter) can look quite busy on a garment like a dress, which is much more intimidating than putting togetheran ensemble with patterned separates. To downplay the chaos of the print, a
black leather jacket will neutralize the outfit. Belts cinched at the waist are another option, with the width depending on the type of print you’re wearing. Don’t be afraid to experiment here.
2. Find prints in relaxed silhouettes.
A floral a-line or bodycon can seem a little too much for the workplace and running errands, so opt for a
simple silhouette, such as a shift dress or a flowy silk mid length frock with an understated pattern. Neutral suede sandals are recommended for footwear since you don’t want to be too aggressive with your appearance.
3. Keep your accessories to a minimum
A statement-making dress doesn’t need additional components to complicate the outfit. You need to create a balance, choosing neutral shoes and a purse, or go monochromatic to let the graphics shine without any distractions. In terms of jewelry, the simpler, the better.
How do you like to wear your printed dresses?