Solid colours are easy to master, but prints (and mixed prints)? Not so much! These stars have perfected their prints though, on and off the screen, and we’ve selected our favourite celebrity print styles for your personal style-spiration.
Sarah Ali Khan
Funky and Fusion Prints
Image Credit: Elle
When it comes to style trends, this young one gets all the genes from her Pataudi dad. Millennial style icon Sarah Ali Khan also makes use of her own personal aesthetic sense to mix and match and create some truly unique looks. Here’s Sarah Ali Khan looking gorgeous on the cover of Elle with a lovely pink palette, pleated print dress.
Who else could pull off this uber-kitschy yet funky co-ord set? First sported for the promotions of Simmba, she posted the jumpsuit again on her Instagram because it was such a hit!
Elegant Floral Borders
Here’s some elegant airport style from Bollywood’s own original fashionista, Sonam Kapoor. We love the elegant floral motifs on the cape pullover she’s wearing.
Image Credit: Elle
Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Kendall Jenner
The new snakeskin print look is finally here (move over, leopard!). Fashion queen Priyanka Chopra is no no stranger to everyone’s Style Watch lists. Here, she pulls off one of the newest trends on the block, with a white cowl-neck sweater, yellow flared snakeskin pants and Tony Bianco boots.
On another end of the style spectrum, sultry supermodel Kendall Jenner turns heads in the same print, but in a silkier version of the trend in a stunning Ronny Kobo ensemble, paired with Yeezy sandals and Maria Black jewelry.
Laura Dern, Mandy Moore, Demi Lovato & Tyra Banks
Image Credit: People
This is one print that always seems to be making a comeback - the leopard print. But this time around, it’s not only relegated to ‘over the top’ public appearances, people are embracing the trend in their everyday outfits.
The print has suddenly surged in Hollywood, as you can clearly see above!
Celebrity stylist Law Roach (who styled Demi Lovato in Dior, above), says, “I think leopard is one of the patterns that goes in and out of fashion so it always feel fresh when you see it again.”
If you’re nervous about wearing it head-to-toe, you can try the pattern in an accent piece, accessories, or simply mixing the print with other printed or solid-colored pieces.
Pink, flowers, and ruffles. Could this outfit spell out “feminine grace” any more? Alia always smashes in pink, this time skipping the traditional outfits for a floral printed crop top lehenga and choli by Anushree Reddy for her BFF’s wedding ceremonies. (Take a cue from her and ditch the dupatta for an uber chic look!)
It’s pretty hard to not recognize that million dollar smile, and that million dollar style, anywhere! We love this simple, plain polyester dress Kangna wore, and like her (this is good for a fun DIY project!) you can stitch on accent pieces and patchwork that spell out your own personal style.
Bluesy Renaissance Florals
Katrina Kaif looks like a dream in this floral Anita Dongre ensemble in blue hues, that looks like something out of a Renaissance painting. The lehenga is teamed with a complementary floral printed blue blouse and was rounded out with a dupatta gives major bridesmaid goal for summer wedding.
Which one was your favourite? Tell us in the comments, and don’t forget to look through Miatela’s impressive collection of fabrics for inspiration, too!