Hera Nyx

Fashion is more than just a glamorous lifestyle!

Mixing Prints!


Asheville, NC 

Mixing prints can be tricky. Finding the right patterns and colors to complement each other can turn into a complete disaster or a big hit. I like the way this young lady mix cheetah print and polka dots.  Here are a few tips on smoothly combining patterns:

  • Stay within the same color family.
  • Avoid wearing two large prints at once.
  • Keep your accessories to a minimum; your print should be the main focus
  • Simple patterns such as stripes, leopard prints, and polka dots are easier to mix with other patterns

Love the belt separation!

Very Flattering!

What’s your take on mixing prints?


Author: Hera Nyx

You can call me Hera for short. I would describe myself as a free spirit, eccentric, wild flower; lover of fashion, art, and everything in between. My mind is filled with soooo many ideas…it gets kind of crazy up there. I’m working on perfecting the translation, but sometimes I wish I could just take a snap-shot of my visions instead. I’m all for trial and error though. It makes life thrilling. You know… taking risks, succeeding,trying, and failing, with intentions to be better. All in all I feel good about where I am in life. I’m sure of myself. Like Janelle Monae said, “I feel myself truly becoming the fearless person I have dreamt of being.”

2 thoughts on “Mixing Prints!

  1. This is really cool. I am so proud of you and excited to receive daily update

  2. This is a really cute look. I love mixing prints. It makes an outfit more interesting. I think it looks good when there is at least one common color in each print. Also, using accessories to tie the lock together.

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