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3 Looks For Literally Every Man Who Wants To Mix Prints

3 Looks For Literally Every Man Who Wants To Mix Prints

Gone are the days when men hardly experimented with their wardrobe choices. Thanks to street style and immense sartorial options, men today aren’t afraid to embrace new trends. The one trend that we’re totally digging currently is pattern play in the same outfit. This fad has been around for quite some time, but yet some men find it difficult to adopt it. No doubt it’s both tricky and intimidating to mix and match prints, but trust WODROB to show you that it’s not unattainable. To help you explore this trend, we’ve devised an easy 3-step guide that’ll help you sport it effortlessly.

Print it up in the boardroom

Begin pairing prints and patterns in the simplest way. For instance, a Shirt and accessory combination is the easiest way to try this. Accessorising with a tie, bow tie or a pocket square is hands down the smartest and stylish technique to incorporate print on print. Layering is yet another idea.  Looking to add a hint of quirk to your work wear? Then this look is certainly for you to try.

How men can mix prints and wear it at work
Picture Credits: Pixabay, Isha Bhansali (Instagram), Olof Nithenius (Instagram)

Go effortlessly casual

For a laid-back look that’s stylish as well easygoing, pair a printed tee or shirt with printed bottoms. Micro prints are popular and fun and teaming it together will give you an uber cool outfit. Tropical prints and stripes go really well together, so does polka dot and gingham or even horizontal and vertical stripes. Take cues from these styling ideas and get set to mismatch.

How men can mix prints and wear it casually
Picture  Credits: Ognjen Vlaskalin (Instagram), Ask The Monsters (Blog), Urban Outfitters (Tumblr)

Work that ethnic print

Go all out and create a versatile look by pairing Indian prints block prints like Kalamkari, Ajrakh and even others like Paisley with each other. Remember to choose complementary colours when pairing such traditional prints. Add a printed stole or a Nehru jacket over a printed kurta to get a jazzed up festive outfit.

How men can mix prints for festive wear
Picture  Credits: Pinterest, Nivedita Saboo Couture, Dhruv (Instagram)

Although this trend has raised eyebrows from time to time, we think all you stylish and experimental guys must give it a try. Creative and bold enough, we don’t doubt that you will ace this look.