Trend Report: Mixing Prints, Fabric & All That’s In Between

Trend Report

2013 has seen its fair share of fashion trends, but none so popular as Mixin’ N’ Matchin’! Men, women, and idols alike have been pushing this most basic of fashion concepts to its absolute limits! Lets take a look at some of the highlights:

SHINee

SHINee has taken the mix n’ match concept a little too far for their promotions of “Dream Girl” and “Why So Serious,” donning plaid, with floral prints, and paisley with patch work. My eyes can’t take it anymore.

Girls' Genration

SNSD rang in the new year with the release of “I Got a Boy,” and their fashion was as jumbled as the song. The girls were mixing denim, with stripes, with prints of every kind!

N4

Unit group, N4, recently made their debut with “Countyside Life,” attempting to add a ‘hip hop’ flare their look by mixing baggy pants with lace, and bold prints.

B1A4

B1A4 jumped on the Mix N’ Match bandwagon for their “이게 무슨 일이야? (What is Going On?)” promotions by keeping their look very SHINee-like.

4minute

For their “What’s Your Name?” promotions 4minute wore pretty much anything they could get their hands on, all while trying to stick with their usual sexy concept.

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These weren’t the first cases of Mix N’ Match, and somethings tells me they’re far from the last. Share your thoughts on this trend in the comments, and  vote in the poll on whether you love this look, or want it to go far, far away. Also, be sure to check back to Asia 24/7 for all the latest Trend Reports on Korean fashion.

2 thoughts on “Trend Report: Mixing Prints, Fabric & All That’s In Between

  1. ummm…. B1A4 have always been dressing like this since they debuted back in 2011 patters and colors everywhere. Not sure why people are noticing ONLY now that everyone is doing it.

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