Get the Look: Jessica Alba’s Subtle Mixed Prints
Mixing prints is huge for winter. Jessica Alba’s neutral scarf, wide-brim hat, and oxblood blazer ground the plaid in her shirt and animal print in her cheetah flats. Take a page from her fashion playbook with a few of our favorite picks.
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Switch your favorite beanie for a wide-brim hat. This hot accessory instantly pulls an outfit together. Plus, it's the perfect cover for second (or third) day hair.
This season plaid is for more than pocket protectors. From preppy to grunge, plaid is breaking barriers. We love how Alba's plaid shirt toes the line, the fit and colors are preppy, but the untucked style and cheetah flats keep it casual.
Oxblood has more than survived the past three seasons. The dark hue grounds outfits like a neutral, but it's more interesting. When you need a break from your black blazer, our vote is on oxblood.
A scarf in a neutral hue is a winter wardrobe essential. What a neutral scarf lacks in pattern, it makes up in texture with heavy knits, pom poms, or tassels.
We love mixing prints, but the trend can be intimidating. Recently, animal prints have reached an almost-neutral status, making them the perfect print to pair. When animal print is done in small amounts, like Alba's cheetah flats, it is subtle and stylish.