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In case you missed it, CLICK HERE to check out PART I of this series!

Sweater: Banana Republic (love this one!)/ Jacket: BCBG (styled differently in THIS POST)/ Shorts: J Crew Crewcuts/ Shoes: Seychelles (see more HERE, HERE, and HERE)/ Sunnies: Ray-Ban

Here are 2 more ways to ease – or jump!- into mixing prints using what you already have in your closet!

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  • Incorporate tone-on-tone prints. This look would also work with a navy and white striped top, but this tonal, lightweight sweater is a more subtle option.

Sweater: J Crew (print mixed other ways in HERE and HERE)/ Shirt: Club Monaco (similar)/ Jeans: Denim & Supply Ralph Lauren/ Shoes: Madewell (also in THIS POST)/ Sunnies: Ray-Ban

  • Combine small- and large-scale patterns. This tiny dot print button-down reads as solid from a distance, and pairs well with the larger argyle pattern.

CLICK HERE to check out PART I of this series!

Stay tuned for PRINT MIXING 101 (PART III)!

Do you have any things you need shopped or any questions or dilemmas you’d like addressed (within the scope of the blog, of course)? Definitely let me know in the comments section, send me an email, or contact me via Twitter @JoySunshineBlog!

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