FASHART: Mixed Prints and Peplum

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Hi ladies! The last few blogs were really serious, so I decided to do something FUN with “what I like to call” FASHART! As an artist who loves to paint and draw, it comes easy for me to step outside the box with color. Now, prints can be tricky, when it comes to mixing. Mixing prints should be done very carefully.

For this particular look, I had some help from my stylist, J.Briscoe. We love searching for fashion inspiration when we come up with looks for various events and photo shoots. It’s incredibly fun!

A few tips on mixing prints:
Allow one of the prints to act as a neutral so that the prints don’t overwhelm each other.
Keep it in the family. For example, two animal prints will work well together.
Pair a solid shoe with your mixed prints, and avoid over doing the jewelry.

Above, you see stripes and florals, and to top it off…we added the peplum look! You can never go wrong with peplem. It adds shape to your figure, and helps hide unwanted belly bulk. Oh! The tshirt is from my line, Kingdom Fresh Clothing! ;-}

Ok, now go try it! Remember, fashion is ART! Have fun, until next time. Xoxo

*Blazer: Charlotte Rousse
*Tshirt: Kingdom Fresh Clothing
*Skirt: J.Briscoe
*Jewelry: Mi Joi Jewelry
*Photo: Strikingly Odd Media
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2 thoughts on “FASHART: Mixed Prints and Peplum

  1. Hey Eb! Yeah prints and patterns are a bit much for me. It looks great on others but I simply don’t have the confidence to wear it. And I think confidence is really the backbone of “coming out” with something sooo different. Maybe one day. Thanks for sharing the tips.

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