Go abstract with Aztec-style prints

Big and bold prints are one of the biggest trends for spring 2014. Aztec-style clothing and accessories were hot on the 2014 Fashion Week Runway, and are stocking shelves in stores as well. Make a statement by adding western-style patterns to your look.


Forever 21 has tons of aztec print clothing to choose from, including this sweater-jacket. Layer it over a black dress with black tights and statement heels for a chic and classic look, or mix things up by wearing the black and white cardigan with a pop of color underneath.


Feel shy when it comes to sporting prints? Go for something more subtle. This gray and white Aztec-print sweater shows off the trend with the pattern stitched into the fabric, without being too bold.


If you’re not looking to blend in, wear a brightly colored Aztec sweater, which dark skinny jeans and combat boots. The colors will brighten you up and make a big statement.


Going out and want to channel your inner bohemian? Sport an Aztec print maxi dress, like this one from Love Culture, to stand out in the crowd. This style is versatile– it works in the winter when worn with a jacket, and will transition well into the warmer season.


Another boldly bohemian way to wear this fabulous print would be with a jumpsuit. While these are tricky to wear, some people can pull it off. Make sure the material fits right, and avoid brighter colors unless you are super thin. The jumpsuit isn’t really for everyone, but it can be another fun way to wear this chic style.



Another bold way to wear this trend is by keeping the rest of your look simple, and accessorizing with the print. Grab a cute scarf, or bag, like this one from Levi’s, to add interest to an ordinary outfit.




With so many Aztec print items, from sweaters, to dresses and scarves, anyone can look amazing in this style. No matter how you decide to wear the trend, incorporating a bold print into your look is a chic way to make a statement.

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