I LOVE PRINTS!! Whether its leopard, polka dot, floral, stripes, etc. Trust me, you also don’t have to be “electic” to rock prints. Some prints are subtle, while others are BOLD. You have to choose the best ones for your personality and lifestyle. So put down those drab, boring colors and try prints to add depth, vibrancy, and all around dopeness to any outfit. Want some ideas to incorporate prints into your wardrobe?
Here are some of my FAV outfits utilizing prints.
Poodle Dress- C/O of Plus Size Lingerie Boutique
Flats-$19.99 @ Payless
Double Chained Pearl Necklace-$1.50 @ Primark
You can find many unique prints if you go thrifting. I’m wearing a paisley skirt handed down from my friend grandmother’s closet.
Off the Shoulder Top-$3 @ Marianne’s
Paisley Skirt- Gifted
Belt- $1 @ Mega Thrift
Flats- $5 @ Citi Trends
Necklace- $2 @ Mega Thrift
Pendant-$1 @ Goodwill
Sometimes I’ll buy a dress, but it’s too short and/or too loud so I fix this by wearing it as a top. It looks AWESOME and no one ever knows. This way, you are rocking a DOPE print, but don’t have to walk around feeling uncomfortable.
Vintage Dress Turned Shirt: $5 @ Salvation Army
Skirt-$3.75 AS SEEN HERE
Belt-$1 @ Goodwill
Shoes-$20 @ Payless
Pearls-$1.50 @ Primark
Break out the fro and wear an ugly shirt from the 90′s.Seriously, 90′s prints were/are fun, funky, and totally amazing.
Shirt-$3.75 @ Goodwill
Shorts-$3 @ Mega Thrift
Brogues-$3 @ Goodwill
Earrings-$1 @ Beauty Supply Store
Check out My Thrifted Closet for more outfit ideas!
What’s your favorite print?
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SheRea is the blogger behind My Thrifted Closet (http://mythriftedcloset.blogspot.com/), a blog dedicated to thrifted fashion. She attends Wake Forest University, majoring in Communication with a concentration in Media Studies and double minoring in Theatre and Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprise. She is originally from St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands.View all SheRea posts.