How to Style Prints

How to Style Prints

As Spring 2015 trends trickle into our favorite boutiques and specialty stores, there is one trend we can always count on, prints.  OCSR put 6 looks together that will take you from sunday brunch to a day at the beach.

A Few Tips on how to Wear Prints

There are a couple of things to look out for when wearing prints: choosing the right color for one’s skin tone, size for one’s frame, proportion of the garment, and of course, because you love it. Another important aspect of wearing prints are the accessories; for beginners, pair neutrals with prints. A beautifully printed dress simply needs a nude shoe (nude to match your skin type) and simple jewelry. For gals willing to take a bit of a fashion risk, try mixing prints or a bold styled piece like a caftan (both shown below).

 A Little A-Line

Summer Spring Prints Brights 1Summer Spring Florals Brights 2Dress: Lavendar Brown from Camellia Boutique// Shoes: Rag & Bone

The Maxi

Summer Spring Prints Tigerlily 1Summer Spring Prints Tigerlily 2Dress: Tigerlily from Swirl Boutique// Jewelry: from Camellia Boutique call for details 949-218-3899

The Caftan

Summer Spring Prints Blue Life 2Summer Print Blue LifeDress: Blue Life// Jewelry all from Camellia Boutique 949-218-3899

The Romper

Summer Spring Prints Romper 2Summer Spring Print Romper 1Romper: Lavendar Brown// Jewelry all from Camellia Boutique 949-218-3899

Mixed Prints

Summer Spring Print Skirt 2Summer Spring Prints Skirt 1Bandeu: Private Arts from Swirl Boutique// Wrap Skirt: Tolani// Sunglasses: Wonderland Sunglasses// Sandals: Rachel Zoe from Camellia Boutique 949-218-3899

The Kimono

Summer Spring Prints Suit 1Summer Spring Prints Suit 2Robe/Kimono: MINK PINK// One Piece Swim: Blue Life// Turban all from Swirl Boutique

 

Model: Summer Betti // Hair | Make-up | Photography: Rachael Dickens// Stylist: Katie O’Sullivan// Assistant Stylist: Kirby Morris// Location Manager: Natalie Dickens

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