A few things to remember when mixing prints…
- Use prints with variation of size. Generally, two large prints will compete & appear unbalanced rather than flow. Here I chose an oversized polka dot (my large print) and paired it with the smaller checkered pattern.
- Choose colors that complement each other. This will aid in a smooth transition from print to print and allow the colors to pop. Also, having one common color quietly mixed in between the two prints gives the look continuity.
- Be confident! Mixing prints, patterns, and color is trendy, hip, and most importantly fun! If you are not quite ready for print-on-print, work with a solid and print combo and gradually work your way there!