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NYFW Street Style: How to Mix Prints Like a Pro

Featured, Persons of Interest, Street Style  /   /  By Sarah Wetmore

Lovers of layers, join us as we drool over our latest installment of street style stalking. This art school cool outfit is head to toe slaying the pattern play game. The tricks to keeping this look cohesive lie within remaining on topic (both prints nod to nature themes), focusing on complementary colors (variations of red and green in this case), sticking to similar tones (all pastel, all the way), and threading a singular shade throughout the entire ensemble: harmonious green in this instance, as evidenced in the lively green outlines of each little flamingo on the dress, the stems and leaves of the tiny floral arrangements blooming on bright yellow cropped trousers, and the olive green covering this pair of mule-inspired satin slip on Superga sneakers from a collaboration with The Man Repeller‘s Leandra Medine.

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You already know we’re big fans of print on print statements, and if the street style we saw at this past fashion week was any indication, we’re in for a wave of layering like we haven’t seen in years (work your way up to bras over tees by starting with a dress and progressing according to your comfort level). Once you’re ready to create this winning street style creation, shop Superga x Man Repeller kicks, blush tone pink Prada bags, and palm print dresses, which we happen to be loving for festival season.

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