Don’t wear printed trousers before reading this!

“Printed trousers?!! Am just not that fashionable”
Good bye this idea… I will tell you how!

Prints with Stripes – Mixing patterns is a fun fashion trend. Pair your floral shorts with a black and white striped shirt or t-shirt. Big bold stripes, horizontal or vertical, they can easily be paired with prints anytime.

Prints with Stripes

Prints with Stripes

Prints with Solids – If mixing patterns is not your style, try stripes with bold colors. A striped skinny pant can be worn with a bright blue or yellow top. To accessorize this look, wear a chunky statement necklace and high heels. Bold colors like red, blue, yellow, green etc look great with striped pants.

Prints with Solids

Prints with Solids

Prints and Simplicity – Printed pants and shorts look great with plain white t-shirts, tank tops and camisoles. Think hanging out with friends and time to chill. This is the perfect attire for such occasions

Prints and Simplicity

Prints and Simplicity

Prints with Sweaters & Cardigans – A thin sweater or cardigan looks great with printed shorts. In general, you can pair printed shorts and pants with solid colored sweaters and cardigans for any desired look. And keep the cold winter winds at bay too.

Prints with Sweaters & Cardigans

Prints with Sweaters & Cardigans

Prints with Neons – Floral prints, geometric patterns or striped shorts look amazing with neon tops. This bright look is the perfect way to add some color to dull winter days. Casual yet edgy, this look can be accessorized with statement jewelry for a more stylish, outgoing look.

Prints with Neons

Prints with Neons

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