A few years back, the fact of mixing one print with another was almost unthinkable, but nowadays, we could say it's a hit. It has been nominated a tendency caled "mix & match", giving examples well known brands such as Prada or Marc jacobs, so... why don't you try it yourself? Give it a go and try to make your own original outfit.
The most important here is you feel good with mix & match fashion and it's tendencies. be aware that these "trends" doesn't have to be followed meticulously, because, at the end of the day the most important thing is that you feel comfortable, and that being said, we're going to give you a few tips to make it easier.
How to mix prints
It's simple, first thing in what you should focus is to be sure that both prints are inside the same range of color range or to have at least one color in common in order to generate equilibrium. if what you want is mix one of the same prints, i.e: stripes over stripes, the equilibrium could be achieved by changing print sizes, that means, thin stripes with wider stripes. Some combinations that might work are:
Stripes with animal print
Animal print is one of the most flamboyant, therefore, you could use it as part of your main outfit. I.e: an animal print blazer with thin striped top.
Moles with flowers
In these type of combinations we could play for the dimensions; We could use a top with tiny flowers and skinny moled pants with neutral tones.
The 60,30,10 rule
This "rule" apply for those who want to use three different prints. Think that your whole outfit must be split in these proportions, which means there's going to be an element that's going to predominate, who's going to be the bigger print, equivalent to the 60%, then the medium one 30% and the smallest one, 10%
There are so many ways to make your outfit very fun and eye-catching, you just have to dare to try new things!