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How To Mix Prints - All In One

I had planned to end last week with one extra post. I wanted to compile some of my favourite outfits where I mixed two or more prints and show it all to you in one place. Well, plans don't always work out when you want them to. So I will kick off this week with that same post. You already know that I am a big fan of stripes so they are for me the easiest print to mix. First few outfits show you how well they go with military, plaid, checks and polka dots, but also with other stripes and flowers. Lets not forget leopard too.  

Planirala sam da proslu sedmicu zavrsim sa jednim dodatnim blog postom gde bih prikazala sve moje omiljene outfite gde su pomesani dva ili vise printova. E pa sad, planovi su jedno a stvarnost drugo. Tako da ovu sedmicu otpocinjem tim istim postom. Vec znate da sam veliki obozavalac pruga. Za mene su one najlaksi print za kombinovanje. Prvih nekoliko slika vam pokazuje kako ih je lako ukombinovati sa military stilom, karo, tufnama, kao i sa drugim prugama a i cvecem. A naravno, ne smemo da zaboravimo ni leopard print. 

Here we have a mix of a little bit of everything, military, ethnic and leopard. 
Ovde imamo  mesavinu svega, malo vojnog, etno i leopard printa. 

How about mixing checks with checks? That should be easy enough, right? Or mixing it all together, military, snakeskin and leopard? It this too much print for you?
A sta mislite o mesanju karo dezena sa drugim karo dezenom? Ili ipak mozete pomesati sve po malo, military, leopard i zmijsku kozu, zasto da ne?

Leopard and ethnic is also a great combination, as you see me wear above. And talk about statements blazers. You would think it would be hard to mix a blazer such as this fun Zara one, but polka dots and stripes are an easy choices. Want to mix it with a stronger print? Remember the easy way is to stay in the same colour family. Ciao!

Leopard i etno print su zanimljiva kombinacija, kao sto vidite na ovoj srednjoj slici. A ovaj blazer iz Zare u prvi mah deluje da bi bio tezak za kombinovanje. Najlaksa kombinacija opet naravno su pruge i tufne. Ali ako hocete da ga pomesate sa malo komplikovanijim dezenom, ne zaboravite da boje budu iz iste familije i slicnih nijansi. Cao!

Aleksandra <3

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  1. Very pretty!! Love the 7th outfit with the leopard pumps

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