Prints can be so fun when they are done right! Mixing prints may be a little risky, similarly to socks and sandals, and may take a little practice, but eventually it'll be a breeze. Here is 3 tips to help you master mixing prints: 1) Make one print the dominant and the other be the accent. 2) Incorporate prints of different sizes/scales. 3) Keep your prints within the same colour family.
Colours on colours can seem like a lot right? When you play around with shades and tints however, the outcome is amazing. Choose the same colour as your shirt or pants just in a different shade or tint; either lighter or darker to accomplish this look.
When wearing prints, choosing a scarf with a a solid colour from your print will tie together the outfit and look you're going for. Picking a colour from the print for your scarf will also make that colour pop in your outfit!
Mixing and matching colours always brings me back to art class. The best way to match up these colours is to think about your good ol' colour wheel. Matching complementary (opposite colours) is one way to go about achieving this goal. For example blue and orange, purple and yellow etc. To make it more unique, start playing around with different tints and shades of opposite colours. For example a lighter tint of blue contrasted against a darker orange. Have fun!