Where to get the SS17 trends now: Print mixing

Natalie Hanson   |   13 - 04 - 2017

PRINT MIXING: GET THE LOOK NOW

Gucci

Etro

Dolce & Gabbana

Kenzo and Markus Lupfer

Christopher Kane

McQ and Diane von Furstenburg

Altuzarra

Etro

Proenza Schouler and Christopher Kane

Prada

PRINT MIXING: GET THE LOOK NOW

Designers were fearless when it came to prints for Spring; with clashing prints and patterns showing up everywhere from polka dots and florals to stripes and other geometrics. Click through our gallery to see how you can incorporate this SS17 trend into your wardrobe right now! (Pictured: Altuzarra)

Gucci

1/10 Mixing this wallpaper print Gucci skirt with the now iconic ‘Blind for Love’ Gucci statement print tee perfectly captures the brand’s maximalist aesthetic.

Etro

2/10 Many pieces mix prints within themselves this season. Etro’s Spring ’17 bohemian ‘60’s dress features an array of eclectic prints.

Dolce & Gabbana

3/10 Dolce & Gabbana's mambo print pants are a real standout piece for the season. You could pair with a simple black top or go all out with the matching bra top that’s available.

Kenzo and Markus Lupfer

4/10 The Markus Lupfer SS17 collection was a real mix of whimsical florals and streetwear inspired elements, so this floaty floral chiffon skirt would go perfectly with this casual grey Kenzo tiger head tee to add a bit of edge. Style the outfit with sneakers for a seriously understated cool look.

Christopher Kane

5/10 This A-line skirt from Christopher Kane SS17 resort collection is a patchwork of prints, mixing gingham checks with pretty florals.

McQ and Diane von Furstenburg

6/10 These floral crepe de chine pants from Diane von Furstenburg are lent a tough-girl edge by this McQ bunny motif t-shirt.

Altuzarra

7/10 This dress by Altuzarra mixes tie-dye with plaid for a modern update on ‘90’s style prints.

Etro

8/10 Tuck this striped wrap effect Etro top into these crepe pants that were the first look on the runway in Milan this SS17. The combo makes for a perfect print clash blend in chic monochrome.

Proenza Schouler and Christopher Kane

9/10 Pair Christopher Kane's leopard jacquard skirt with Proenza Schouler’s bold graphic top for a more-is-more look.

Prada

10/10 Mix this Prada plaid jacquard blazer with the Prada houndstooth pencil skirt to echo the styling on the SS17 runway. Cinch the blazer at the waist with a thin belt to make sure the outfit has some shape.

For the full list of SS17 trends, check out our Ultimate Guide to Spring Summer 2017