It’s time to start thinking about how you will wear or merchandise your summery prints this year. And luckily for you, our team is here to help you mix-and-match them to the max! So whether you’re having a bad hair day or remnants tizzy? We’re here to help you overcome these issues with our bubbling ideas. They should help you maximise your stock potential and show you how to develop all sorts of looks using your wardrobe (if you’re an end consumer) or using all of your assorted brands (should you happen to be a retailer).
We’ve decided to start the year off with these Seafolly prints because we know that the fashion students that read us, love these already. The above picture, should already help you have some hunch about what mix-and-match is all about. If not? Don’t worry because we’re to help you grasp that mix-and-match simply means knowing how to mix your garments together. Thence, with a couple of tips here and there, the good old: “This goes with that” should come natural to you before the summer arrives.
This above eye-catching look, stunningly announces the arrival of the new Bling Bling ethos. And it’s definitely here to stay. We’re talking about a sport-luxe mindset that will set the tone in the coming years. Something that we should all aspire to because there’s nothing wrong with taking care of your body and curating one’s looks. And this “must own” turban wonderfully accessorises this active wear allure that we’re going to unveil to our readers in a so flamenca way.
And what about this Kabuki bloom floral print right here. Don’t you just love the way its bold yellow fluo marries together with the gaufré panties? This print marriage definitely turns the mixing-and-matching issue into a no brainer!
Wear this edgy lingerie zip front maillot with a pink lip gloss and throw on a pair of pants and this “total look” will take you from the beach to a sunset rendez-vous. The point being: When done properly, total looks are never out-of-fashion! Note that technically speaking, the chosen tones on this digitally placed print match in perfectly with core colours. Showing us that the underlying idea behind any collection should always help us marry prints with our core or seasonal colours. Get the drift? So you see, even though we’re totally into this mixed-print era – we just had to show you this gorgeous total look.
This second injected zip maillot or should I say: Fake basic is one of those easily merchandisable sku’s that you can present as a stand-alone concept if you’re retailer. End consumers will love to mix-and-match it with jeans, tunics, kaftans and what not. We definitely recommend that you dare to add an orange based turban here. We’re sure that end-consumers will go haywire over this minimal-is-max look.
In conclusion and for many good reasons that we won’t elaborate here; we’re all faced with the need to mix-and-match nowadays. Consequently, do bear in mind that getting the mix-and-match assignment right just keeps on getting harder to do, and especially as you move up the fashion ladder.
Written by: Will Rojas Fort
Model: Carla Masti
Photography: Sandi Vives
Fashion Stylist: KlaseSalero
Wardrobe by: Showroom 360 Iberia
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