We all know that pastels are going to be huge this spring but if you're in the mood for something that doesn't remind you of cotton candy and Easter why not go a different route with artsy prints?
For Spring 2014 look for artsy and eclectic prints on clothes. Full of color and definitely unique, these wearable art pieces were hot all over the runways and are relatively easy to wear as long as you balance out the rest of your outfit. As artsy and eclectic printed clothing can have a tendency to be quite loud, keep the rest of your outfit minimal. If you happen to find something that has a smaller print go for it and mix and match. But be careful! You want to look chic not clownish.
If you're not sure what to look for exactly when it comes to purchasing these prints, look for clothing that have abstract art, paint strokes, graffiti colored graphics, swirls and splashes. Pair these pieces up with neutral pieces like black, white, navy and even pastels so as not to take away from these statement pieces. If you're someone who doesn't like to we so extreme and bold, start small with a graphic printed bag or even shoes.
Ready to check out how to wear one of spring's hottest trends of artsy and eclectic prints? Just click through the slideshow and check out some of the inspiration boards courtesy of Polyvore.
What do you think about this spring fashion trend? Is it something you're willing to try or will you forgo this trend for something more muted? Leave a comment and let's discuss!
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