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#Monsoonedit: Men’s guide to wearing print-on-print

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You can never have enough prints in your wardrobe. Prints are a fun way to elevate your look and also make you stand out from men who stick to only mundane solid hues. From floral, paisleys to abstracts, there are various prints to experiment with. But make sure you do it with a twist this season by going all print-on-print. Check out this special editorial on print-on-print for men and take style cues to ace it like a pro.

Even when you mix and match various prints together while layering your look, maintain the same colour tone through out your outfit. Model Mohit Kumar can be seen wearing a Siddhartha Bansal printed silk shirt teamed with a printed bomber and heart print flared pants. The neckpiece adorning him is from Bhavya Ramesh Jewelry.

Opt for printed coats this season. The elephant print outerwear seen on model Ransher Singh Manhas is from Khanijo and has been teamed with a checkered shirt from Pero. Model Stuart Court wears a print-on print-look from Yavi.

How about adding a bit of twist to your traditional kurta? This Zebra print co-ord set from Jenjum does just that. The look has been styled on model Richard Rasaily.

This cushion shirt is made in cotton with upcycled frayed yarns unitively put together in erratic stripes and oversize cut from Khanijo. It has been layered with a floral printed jacket teamed with linen pants from Pero. Try this look for a fun picnic with your friends and be the most stylish of the lot. Seen here is model Nitesh Gupta pulling off this look like a pro.

The multicoloured striped print is another cool look to pull off. Model Digansh Sehgal is wearing a look from Pero here.

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