If you are looking for print bottom this season, printed skirt may just be the way to go. Most of my skirts are in dark or light colors, instead of bold prints. It’s actually my first time trying a bold printed skirt from The Melez, since I know I don’t look good in colorful prints. Surprisingly, I was able to pull off a printed skirt into my own style. The nice thing about wearing prints is that prints easily tell you what color to add to a look. In my look, I used blue and cream as the harmonized colors. Noticed I played around with textures to create more dimension to my outfit? You can try adding tweeds, denim, leather or even fur!
Styling tips for printed skirt: Harmonizes the look around the colors of your printed skirt. This way your outfit will look in harmony with some punch at the same time. For example: If your skirt has pink, purple, silver and gray. Pull out 2 colors such as silver or pink tops/ jackets to mix and match.
white and silver tweed coat by ross + bute, black silk bow tie blouse by vintage shop, patterend skirt by charlotte taylor, blue leather bag by rebbecca minkoff, black wedges by stradivarius, shades by karen walker, photography by gel
4. Spot Print Skirt by Ross + Bute