Men’s Guide To Wear Print-On-Print

There are never enough prints in a wardrobe. Prints are a fun way to improve your style and set you apart from males who wear solely solid colors.

Men's Guide To Wear Print-On-Print
Men’s Guide To Wear Print-On-Print

There are several points to explore, ranging from floral to paisley to abstract. However, this season, add a twist by going all print-on-print. Take a look at our special piece on men’s print-on-print and take style cues from the pros to master it like a pro.

Even if you layer many patterns together, maintain a consistent color tone throughout your ensemble. Mohit Kumar is seen sporting a silk shirt with a Siddhartha Bansal design, along with a printed bomber and heart print flared pants. He is wearing a neckpiece by Bhavya Ramesh Jewelry.

This season, go for patterned jackets. Khanijo’s elephant print outerwear is worn by model Ransher Singh Manhas and is paired with a Pero checkered shirt. Stuart Court sports a Yavi print-on-print style.

How about injecting some personality into your classic kurta? Jenjum’s zebra print co-ord set accomplishes exactly that. The look was created for Richard Rasaily, a model.

This cushion shirt is made of cotton with recycled frayed threads and an oversize cut by Khanijo. It’s paired with a floral-printed blazer and Pero linen trousers. Consider this outfit for a pleasant picnic with your pals and you’ll be the most fashionable of the bunch. Model Nitesh Gupta is seen here rocking this look like a pro.

Another great style to try is the multicolored striped pattern. Digansh Sehgal is donning a Pero style in this photo.

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