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Print colour riot

By | February 11th 2012

By Perpetual Adoyo

If you aren’t sure of how to blend print and colour, then just wear a printed jacket over a colour blocked outfit.

Colour and print have always had a bit of clash in the past, as people always thought they had to match every piece that they wear. This notion has changed according to the recent Spring/Summer runway shows, with designers like Sonu, Prada, Miu Miu and Gucci, who have showcased that it is possible.

With prints it’s important to keep the colour palette clashing with the colour that you are planning to wear it with. This will clearly show the distinction of print and colour.

Note: When mixing print and colour keep your make-up simple.



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