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CONCEPTUAL EDITORIAL LOOKBOOK

SHADOW AND PRINT PLAY

Print on Print is a tricky trend and not everybody can ace it. A lot of people are reluctant to discover this trend to its true potential and explore the fun of side it but hey, fear not- I am here for you. 

This is one trend that I absolutely love playing with because it’s all about bright colors and fun prints- so what’s not to love?

I had recently put together this look wherein I styled two bold prints and bold colors all at once. Here’s a breakdown of this look for you guys to take notes from.

I choose to style this green sheer shirt with these high waisted shorts and decided to add another layer underneath my shirt so that I give the flowers on my shirt a solid base to bloom upon.  Went for a solid white color Ganji, since green and white make for a perfect duo. Also, I absolutely love the detailing on the sleeves as well as the collar. It’s intricate and looks stunning. These small little elements add so much to the look and ensure that you’ve taken care of each and every aspect while picking your outfit.

The best way to ensure that multiple prints look cool, not clustered and crazy, is to pick items that revolve around the same aesthetic. Similar to what I’ve done here. I have picked both the shirt and the shorts with these tiny flower prints. Hence, both of them compliment each other and do not look out of the place.

Shorts: ZARA |Top: Sarojini Nagar | Bag: Ali Express | Hells: Charles and Keith

It’s always a good idea to dress up such an outfit with some equally eye-catching accessories. Like here, I am carrying this gorgeous straw bag and wearing these dainty golden hoops with tiny pearls intervened. Also, wearing a basic black belt that breaks the whole print on print situation, cinches my waist and binds the entire outfit together beautifully.

Lastly, I paired my absolute favorite white heels from Charles & Keith to finish off this look and added a red lip to uplift my makeup game.

Like I always say, you do not have to have expensive clothes, a stylist’s eye to pull off a seemingly tricky look. All you need to ace any particular trend is a few basic guidelines, a perfect attitude and you’ll be intermingling with florals, stripes, and ginghams all together in nearly no time. 

That’s it for this blog, let me know how do you like it in the comments below. 

I’ll see you with a new blog post, super soon. 

Lots of love  XX

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