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the CHIC gazette | Fashion and Beauty Blog by Vaishali Jain the CHIC gazette | Fashion and Beauty Blog by Vaishali Jain Home LooKBooK Fashion & Beauty Hacks DIYs CONTACT Friday, 1 September 2017 Mixing Prints So after much delay, I am finally writing a post on mixing prints. Now what is it exactly? Mixing prints basically involves different prints and textures being worn together. It is kind off a tricky hack to pull off and if done wrong than can look really bad! But there are some rules and safe prints to go with that can help you in pulling these looks effortlessly. Now I am not at all a pro in combining and mixing different textures and so many colour palettes. So I have done my research from fashion magazines and other bloggers and celebs, there are some elements and tricks that you can keep in mind while mixing prints. But mixing prints is not everyone's cup of tea, heck, I don't like it either. I am more of a balanced kind off fashionista and I don't like too many colours and prints in my look. But there’s a first time for everything. I have created 4 looks, with 4 simple rules to crack the mixing print style. FAIR WARNING: it’s my first time that I am pulling such a look so there might be some styles which is just not your cup of fashion or you dint like it at all, but I have tried my best to look good. LOOK 1: "go retro" Black and white, in any shape-any size-any proportion, always rocks. Monochrome is such a colour palette which can never go wrong. So the first rule for mixing prints is going monochromatic. You don't even have to doubt your prints and texture because the colour itself will take care of the whole look. Moreover, you don't have to put any extra accessory or glam because black and white is a classic look and it will always look good. LOOK 2: "stripes and polka dots" There are some safe prints which can be mixed with any kind of prints. Stripes are one and polkas are the other. Stripes and polka dots are some prints that can blend very easily with any kind of colour, texture and print. You can mix stripes with a dramatic print or polka dots with lots of colours or vice versa, and both will look good. My look is more on the darker colour palette with just a hint of lemon dots in the culottes. But you can easily combine a colourful polka dots and shades of different stripes and still look good. LOOK 3: "colour matters" If you are feeling a bit experimental and want to try something different but still want to look like a normal can go with prints that belong to the same colour family. It can be a darker, medium and lighter shade of the same colour. I have taken a wraparound skirt, which is in light pink colour and a paisley printed top in a darker pink colour. There are other colours like black, blue and green but pink is the colour that you notice in the entire look. This look is more on the contemporary side, just to help you incorporate mixing prints in your traditional outfits. LOOK 4: "the belt" If you are feeling a bit more daring and want to mix a lot more colours and a lot more prints, theirs this simple secret- break your look with a neutral coloured belt. Your entire look can be in shades of rainbow and prints everywhere, but, so many colours and shades needs something to break the monotonous look. A simple way to do this is with a belt in a neutral colour, which can be placed anywhere at your torso area. Also one can place the belt where the two prints are meeting, like I have done in the previous look. I hope you guys liked my hacks and looks on mixing prints. It’s not an easy thing to pull off. But I hope these simple rules help you out in creating something new. Do share your views and ideas. Keep it chic! the CHIC gazette Posted by Vaishali Jain No comments : Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Saturday, 12 August 2017 Back to College Look Its already August and more than a month that all the newbies have started their college life. College is all about experimenting and freedom and exploring new stuff. Personally, I had more fun in college than in school. I was lucky enough to be in a college than had no dress code restriction. And I have so soo many more memories in college, fashion stories and not to forget the fun at fests. College life can be fun, but intimidating for a few. It's like a fresh start where everyone wants to put their best foot forward. Now I know I may be a bit late for this post, but I have created a college look that might help the newbies as well as the oldies in adding some elements and fashion bling to their college look. Read more ? Posted by Vaishali Jain No comments : Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Monday, 24 July 2017 #Fashion Hack (skirt as a dress) Everyone needs some fashion hack now and then. Its very boring to wear the same clothes again and again in the same style. A lot of my post is a combination of 2-3 fashion hacks that I saw somewhere, on some other blogger or at social media somewhere. So lets start by adding some quirkiness to our look and wearing a maxi skirt as a midi dress. ps: Its going to be a very short post and I think most of you will get the post by just looking at the photos itself. Read more ? Posted by Vaishali Jain No comments : Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Thursday, 13 July 2017 Colors on my Lips ft. Print Octopus Lipsticks has taken over the fashion world with a storm. Earlier women never used to wear such bold colors like purple, brown and black! Personally I am a lipstick addict. I cannot walk out of my home without a lipstick on me and another in my bag. Even if its as simple as a nude lipstick. Spoiler alert: this post is not regrading lipsticks! Read more ? Posted by Vaishali Jain No comments : Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Friday, 7 July 2017 #Ripped X Denim ft. Desi Charm I have always had a love for highly distressed denim. But was quite sceptical to try one. I used to love the whole look all celebs and other bloggers used to pull with the ripped jeans. But when it came to my turn to buy one, I was always like "how can someone wear clothes that are completely torn and looks as if it has been taken out of a junkyard?". I have always been into more polished and anti-punk look and maybe I do have a slight OCD issue. Whatever the reason, I have never tried on the distressed and completely ripped jeans. Read more ? Posted by Vaishali Jain 2 comments : Email This BlogThis! 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