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3 Ways to Wear: Printed Shorts

3 ways to wear printed shorts (these are just $12.95!)
Summer weather is rolling in, and with the change in temperature, I always look for a change in style. I cannot wait to break out shorts, and this year I’m looking at printed shorts. I always love trying new things, but sometimes I’m held back by how to wear a new look. Luckily, printed shorts are easy to mix in with the wardrobe you already have. Leafy shorts like this pair from H&M match the summer spirit nicely, and I love them because they are easy to wear in a multitude of ways. Here are three ways to style your printed shorts, featuring pieces from $12.95 to $50!

3 ways to wear printed shorts
Ethereal: Looking for a way to rock a beach-y print this summer? Pair up your printed shorts with a simple crop top. Then match the duo up with some neutral slide sandals and a straw tote.

H&M Short Shorts, $12.95 // Crop Top, $19.90 // Sandals, $22.99 // Straw Tote, $29.99

3 ways to wear printed shorts
Casual Comfort: Want to make your printed shorts look more every day? Easy. Just pair up the prints a nice denim shirt, basic black clutch and cute black wedges.

H&M Short Shorts, $12.95 // Denim Shirt, $41.99 // Shoes, $44.99 // Bag, $22.80

3 ways to wear printed shorts
Dressing it Up: Printed shorts can easily be dressed up with a cute tank top with an embellishment like a bow. Cover up with a bright white blazer. Top it off with a simple ballet-inspired black flat and a metallic clutch. Ta-da you’re ready to go!

H&M Short Shorts, $12.95 // Bow Top, $30 // Blazer, $27.90 // Shoes, $47.95 // Ivanka Trump Ivanka Slim Case Organizer $28.40

Thanks for the tips.

#1 Liv (Homepage) on 2015-06-17 11:44 (Reply)
Adoring these three options, but the second one is my favorite one. Also love those shorts as well.

Berty Morales
Mad For Fashion For Less
#2 Berty Morales (Homepage) on 2015-06-25 19:55 (Reply)
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