When it comes to dressing ourselves each day, sometimes we're just flat-out indecisive. Rather than spending our precious morning moments in front of the mirror, deciding between wearing the polka dot blouse or the full floral ensemble, why not just wear all the prints?
Thankfully for print enthusiasts, mixed patterns and patchwork pieces were a major hit on the Spring 2019 runways, gracing the catwalks of brands including Self-Portrait, Oscar de la Renta, Chloe, and Loewe. Excess was key. And we have to agree, why should we be limited to just wearing one or two prints at once, when we can wear three and beyond?
It's time we mix our scarf prints with our florals and our ginghams with our stripes. Check out our favorite patterned masterpieces of the season, below.
English Factory, Mixed Print Slip Dress, $78, available at Shopbop.
Storets, Kimora Contrast Print Blouse, $89, available at Storets.
ASOS White, Sleeveless Top With Spot Pleat Top, $72, available at ASOS.
For Love & Lemons, Mochi Shirred Mini Dress, $248, available at For Love & Lemons.
Ganni, Mixed Cotton Poplin Maxi Dress, $350, available at Ganni.
Zara, Printed Shirt, $39.90, available at Zara.
Glamorous, Curve Midaxi Dress With Front Splits, $60, available at ASOS.
NEED, Biran Tee Dress in Light Patchwork, $225, available at Need Supply Co.
Stine Goya, Karolina Shirt in Floral Wallpaper, $300, available at Stine Goya.
River Island, Brown Mixed Print Belted Ruched Blazer, $98, available at River Island.
Urban Outfitters, Mia Mixd Print Cinched Mini Skirt, $59, available at Urban Outfitters.
Farm Rio, Birds In The Wild Wrap Maxi Dress, $225, available at Farm Rio.
Simonett, Vicenta Dress, $189, available at Simonett.
Bershka, Patchwork Print Shirt, $35.90, available at Bershka.
Mango, Bow Shirt Dress, $79.99, available at Mango.
Rixo, Abba Dress, $400, available at Shopbop.
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