Like facing down a tiger, matching prints isn't for the faint of heart. Look for complementary colors or similar swirls in the pattern—something that creates symmetry. And just remember: Two printed pieces in one outfit is plenty, unless you enjoy making passersby have seizures. Have fun and trust your own instincts. They’re imprinted. (Cough.)
Marni Printed Shirt Dress
An eclectic blend of blue and red on light silk, the patterns on this v-neck Marni shirt dress will definitely make you stand out – in the crowd and on instagram.
With a placket of turquoise surrounded by patterns creeping toward the torso, this Balenciaga jacket is great with skinny jeans and boots for a more demure nod to the print craze. Or layer it up with a bold patterned dress for a c'est la vie print salute.
A Piet Mondrian-like geometry reigns on this sweeping silk Anthropologie dress. Gathered at the natural waistline, it's a flowing nod to prints and a good choice for those who are leery of packing tiger print on top of florals on top of checks.
Printed with geranium leaves and tied at the waist, this Banana Republic knit dress is a low key alternative to its bolder patterned compatriots. Add sandals and a white patent leather bag and you're ready for work, church, or the Easter bunny.