Here Are Fresh Ways To Style Fruit Prints | Clozette

The summer season is almost over but our love for colourful prints has not wavered. While tropical prints like palm trees and floras are here to stay, more men and women are going crazy over the freshest prints in town — fruit prints. The trend’s undeniably juicy. You won’t find it hard to spot watermelon-printed button downs, lemon skirts, scarves with strawberry prints, and even trousers that have dainty pineapples on them down the street. Want some inspiration on styling fruit prints? Here are some of the freshest ways to do it.

Match your fruit dress with earrings of the same print 

(Photo from: Vanessaxlim)

The fruit print trend is all about going bold. Clozette Ambassador Vanessaxlim shows how to do it right by wearing a pair of earrings in the same hue as her lemon-printed dress. To contain the aggressive prints, she wears a pair of white sneakers.

Style it with a bamboo purse

Add a more tropical flair to your fruit print outfit by flaunting it with a bamboo bag. Because of the natural texture and neutral colour of these purses, your fruit prints stand out and your overall outfit doesn’t look very heavy on the eyes.

Pair the fruit print with denim

(Photo by: karenskierrific)

When styling fruit prints, one must keep in mind to not overdo it. Keep your outfit on point with a simple pair of denim shorts like Clozette Ambassador karenskierrific. You can also tie that oversized button down to show some skin and add a yellow turban and yellow-tinted sunglasses to go well with your shirt's pineapple print.

Go bananas and go for yellow boots

Nail your fruit prints by wearing another staple in the key colour of the print. For instance, this banana-printed dress goes perfectly with a pair of yellow boots and yellow tassel earrings. Moreover, strut the whole outfit with pointy footwear to escalate confidence.

Balance with white

It’s totally understandable for one to hesitate, but when in doubt, wear white to calm the boldness. Add another vibrant colour for the shoes and accessories such as green or blue to make that outfit extra fun.

Try the print-on-print combo

If you’re really feeling confident about your fruity outfit, go bold and combine another print like stripes. Add some show-stopping earrings and put on a lippie.

(Cover photo from: Vanessaxlim)

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There's a reason why maxi dresses remain to be a favourite item during the summer. Not only are they among the few pieces that are light and breezy but still give coverage (great for no-shave days!), but they're also very versatile and can be styled in countless ways. Keep scrolling for fresh ideas from the Clozette Community on how to style maxi dresses and skirts this summer.

As a pinafore

Maxi Dress Outfit

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Choose an asymmetrical hem

Maxi Dress Outfit

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Why do some people look fantastic in peach while others appear pale and washed-out? It all boils down to our skin's undertone. We often consider undertones when shopping for makeup but it's frequently overlooked in our fashion choices. Did you know that it's the reason why some shades complement our complexion better than others?

If you're not sure what your dominant undertone is, one of the easiest ways to find out is by doing the paper test where you hold a piece of white paper under your face. If your face appears golden, then you have a warm undertone, and if it looks pinkish, it's a sign that you most likely have a cool undertone. Another way to identify your specific undertone is via a colour identifier app. Once you've already figured it out, keep reading to learn which the best colours to wear according to your skin's undertone are.

For those with yellow undertone: golden yellow, orange and green

Yellow Outfit Inspiration

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Ladies with yellow undertone will look great in golden yellow, orange and green. Wearing these shades will bring out the radiance in your complexion. On the flip side, you should avoid strong yellows, like canary yellow, because they will wash you out. Those shades that are between violet and blue are also not the best colours for you because they will clash with your skintone. But if you really love these shades, you can still incorporate them into your ensembles through accessories like a belt. You can take style cues from celebrities with yellow undertones such as Gemma Chan and Lee Sung Kyung.

For those with pink undertone: black, deep pinks, violet and blue

Streetstyle Inspiration

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Deep and creamy colours are a great match for your pink undertone. Classic black, the darker hues of pink like magenta or fuschia, violet, and blue are the best shades for you. Meanwhile, you should stay away from peach, beige and light yellow because these won't blend well with your complexion or even cause a camouflage effect that will make you appear nude from afar. Elle Fanning and Song Hye Kyo are a couple of celebrities with a pink undertone that you can reference for your future outfits.

For those with olive undertone: red, deep orange and basil green

Orange Jumpsuit

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Those with olive undertone can play around with pops of neon and earth-toned colours. However, the most recommended shades for your skintone are red, deep orange and basil green. The richness of these colours will bring out the glow in your complexion. Some popular personalities with the same undertone are Priyanka Chopra and Sofia Vergara.

For those with blue undertone: green, violet and red

Red Dress

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Gals with blue undertones will benefit from wearing rich, deep tones like red, emerald green and violet. These colours will make your complexion stand out and look more radiant than it already is. In contrast, super bright colours like neon orange and yellow would look awkward and may make your skin appear sallow, so it's best to steer away from these shades. For inspiration, you can check out what colours blue-undertoned celebrities like Anne Hathaway, Dita Von Teese or Anna Kendrick wear on the red carpet. 

(Cover photo from: karenskierrific)

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