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For the casual holiday party, most women wear a dress or a printed blouse to look their best. These looks are flattering and fun, but this year, why don’t you wear something different? If you want to stand out from the crowd, put on a pair of the Mavi printed jeans.

Dress your pair up or down depending on the invite. For the casual holiday party, wear the jacquard jeans in wine with a white button-up, a black jacket and tons of jewels like we’ve shown below. If you like to show off your legs, this is the look for you. These wardrobe basics play up the print of the jeans so people will look straight at the print. Wear a pair of black high heels and you'll have legs for days.

Printed jeans are versatile so you’ll get more wear out of them than just at the party. On Monday, wear your pair again with a black collared shirt, a belted cardigan and ballet flats to go to work. When worn with these essentials, the printed jeans create easy stylish looks.

With the 50% off sale on the Mavi printed jeans, now is the time to give your legs the attention they deserve.

 

From now until the December 24th, get three styles of Mavi Printed Jeans for 50% off.

The three styles include the Alexa Printed Jacquard Jeans in Wine, the Alexa Printed Flower Cord in Caramel, and the Alexa Paisley Jeans in Caramel. (Shown clockwise below.)

Plus, buy one piece of jewellery and get the second piece (of equal or lesser value) for 50% off!

See what's on sale here.

 

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How to Style Printed Pants

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Printed denim is the latest street fashion frontier that I can't wait to break through. What appeals to me most is that wearing these pants is A) just as easy as throwing on a favourite pair of jeans and B) instantly ups your style game. If the bold prints and colours have you hesitating, read on and see just how weareable (and versatile!) these styles can be.

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Mavi Printed Denim, in Yellow, Teal, Red, and White/Pink, $98

If you're loving printed denim but feeling truly uninspired, don't forget that you can always wear them with a plain tee for effortless impact! Elevate this look with a printed scarf (same rules as above - choose a smaller pattern to complement the larger print of the jeans).

Is this a trend you'll be rocking this spring or summer? How are you planning on styling the look?

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Prints Charming

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Coloured denim (and cords and dress pants and every other conceivable kind of pants) were h-u-g-e this year. Which left me wondering, can we ever go back to wearing exclusively blue and black jeans? I mean, I guess we could, but why would we want to? Blue and black denim are the Little Black Dress of the pant world - they go with everything and we love them - an undeniable wardrobe staple.  But we still need to mix it up with a little colour every now and then. 

While coloured pants are certainly not going anywhere (look for stunning new colours this spring), the favourite new style on the block is printed pants. Floral, polka dot, geometric - whatever your pleasure, there is a print for you. Just follow these tricks, and wear with confidence!

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Slim printed pants by Plum, $92. Mavi Denim shirt, $78. Kersh ribbed waist cardigan, $49.

 

If you're a print pro already, challenge yourself to wear these beauties with a printed blouse! The trick is to just keep the two prints in the same general colour family so that they're not competing with each other. A nice warm-toned leopard print would do very nicely with the floral glory pictured above, for example. Don't believe me? Check out this interpretation of the pattern mixing trend. It is bold and beautiful.

Now tell me what you think! Will you be a printed pant pioneer? How are you planning on styling them? As always, feel free to leave me a comment here, on our Facebook page, or tweet me @PlumClothing!

 

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