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Fall/Winter Fashion Trends: How to Match Aztec Prints

By Elma B.

After trotting around several luxury and high street stores in Chicago, I remarked a reoccurring pattern: Aztec prints were upon us..scarves, dresses, vests, sweaters, tights, and even nail patterns! Aztec prints are bold and can add that "je ne sais quoi" charm to your outfit.  So how are the trendsetting designers paring up Aztec print pieces with your everyday clothing or even evening wear? Here are 5 ways:


Aztec Prints for the Fall and Winter 

Fashion Icons: Blake Lively and Nicole Richie in Aztec Prints
1. Add an Aztec print item with a unicolor outfit, e.g., an Aztec vest with a dress. See my outfit below. (I am wearing Giorgio Armani sunglasses; dress by Marciano; vintage boots from Madrid, pink vegan Lip Tar from Sephora, Forever 21 Aztec vest, Wolford Luxe 9 tights, and Salvatore Ferragamo purse.) 


Enjoying Millenium Park in Chicago


2. Pair an Aztec print with a leather jacket.


3. Pair Aztec print with Aztec print, e.g., shirt and skinny pants.





4. Wear Aztec print with similar shades of color, e.g., black with gray and white. 



5. Dress up with Aztec print

My Sister in an Aztec Print Dress 
Aztec Print Gown
6. Dress casually with Aztec print, e.g., perfect to look stylish  with your weekend jeans. 


Actress Jessica Alba pairs Aztec print with black jeans

Fashion icon Nicole Richie wear casually Aztec print jeans
I hope you enjoyed my 6 fashion tips on how to wear Aztec print this fall and winter season. Enjoy the rest of my personal photos of the sun filled and beautiful Chicago. 

Me in front of the Chicago River

Street Art in Chicago





 Millenium Park in Chicago 
Famous Landmark in Chicago: The Bean  



In the Millennium Park in Chicago 







The Art Institute of Chicago
Impressionism, Fashion & Modernity Exhibitions
at the Art Institute of Chicago

Gardens beside the Art Institute of Chicago

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