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Here's Why You Should Consider a Printed Dress for Your Travel OOTDs

Got a plane to catch soon?
When exploring a foreign country, you naturally want to look ready for any sudden photo-op moment, and wearing prints that effortlessly perk up your look will help you do just that. Celebs seem to think so, too! Just check out their OOTDs that make a case for printed dresses as
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Isabelle Daza’s LA Outfits Will Make You Want to Wear Printed Dresses

She wore a bunch of flirty dresses in the City of Angels!
ICYMI, Isabelle Daza was just recently in Los Angeles gracing our feeds with envy-inducing photos from the trip—she went on breathtaking hikes and hit up attractions including the Universal Studios, the nearby Santa Monica Pier, and the rest of Hollywood. And of course, when
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10 Styling Tricks to Master If You're Scared of Mixing and Matching Prints

Intimidated by prints? They're actually easier to wear than you think!
I have a confession to make: I used to dislike prints. Back in college, I preferred plain shirts and never would have considered printed trousers. I deemed the color story, silhouette, and fabrication more important than prints and patterns. I was wary
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A Fashion Girl's Guide to Preppy Prints and Patterns

Learn the difference between your tartans, plaids, and checks.
Patterns and prints will always have a place in a preppy wardrobe. With that in mind, it’s important to know what is what and which is which the next time you make your way to Ralph Lauren. Here, we’ve compiled the preppy’s
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How to Wear Two of the Same Print in One Outfit

Have fun!
Wearing prints is always fun, but what about layering them by the dozens? The idea may not be knew, but these styling tricks sure are—below, watch as we bring you five fresh ways to start piling 'em on loud and proud.Produced and
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Here's How You Should Wear Polka Dots in 2017

Get spotted.
There's a lot about Jacquemus' Spring/Summer 2017 show that we can't get out of our minds—cartwheel-sized straw hats, dramatic sleeves and shoulders, French Provencale-inspired romance—but what's lingered the longest are the polka dots. Peppered on loose, open-necked blouses, they've spurned a welcome
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The 5 Signature Looks Of Laureen Uy

Here's your chance to steal the look of one of the country's top fashion bloggers.
You don’t think we’d let the day pass without greeting this top blogger slash #PreviewGirl a happy birthday, do you? Sister to the celebrity stylist Liz Uy and Preview creative director Vince Uy, BFFs with fellow super bloggers Camille Co and Kryz
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29 Commanding Camos

We're having an of-the-moment infatuation with the print that looks good on everyone.
Eleven days after the worst typhoon hit the planet, we are proud to say that Filipinos are standing strong. A whole lot of work still needs to be done and it may take months or even years to fully recover from the
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10 Covetable Animal Tees

Fall in love with the new breed of in-your-face animal prints.
When we say animal prints, we don’t mean the usual, leopard, zebra or tiger prints because the animal motif has been reimagined for a more youthful appeal—a totally different vibe from the skin print in brown, black, and white your mom would
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Staff Challenge: Print-on-print

The gloomy weather is no excuse for a drab outfit, as TheMall.ph Editors up the ante with of-the-moment prints.
"I shook things up a bit by mixing two equally bold patterns—dragonfly-print and Jacquard—in contrasting yet complementing colors. I went all-out-unexpected by slipping into a pair of bright-hued heels."Nikki Santiago, Managing Editor, TheMall.phTop, Mango. Trousers, Topshop. Sandals, Zara"Looking at my closet, I
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Trend Spotting: Oversized Florals

Dainty florals are given a bold makeover!
When the days grow longer and the temperatures soar, there’s only one print we all reach for to celebrate the summer sun:  floral. This season, the floral print is blown to epic proportions making a bold counterpart to its dainty cousin. We first