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James Reid Shows You How to Wear Crazy Prints Without Looking Gaudy

Because guys can wear prints too.
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James Reid's signature suave looks have been well-documented. The guy just knows what he looks good in, and what to wear at the right time and place. His style is something every 20-something should take note of.

During Versace's boutique launch in The Shoppes at Solaire Resort & Casino, the actor and singer wore a loud heart-print shirt for his performance. A heart-print shirt seems pretty tame, but remember, we're talking about Versace here. And the label's take on the print made use of plenty of colors and even embroidery.

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Reid paired the shirt with a white graphic T-shirt and black pants and shoes. That's where he really won—by picking a low-key pair of shoes instead of opting for statement sneakers.

Consider the smaller details, too. Like his earring, rings, and bracelets that helped tie the look together, instead of overwhelming it.

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Wearing loud prints isn't as hard as it looks. Try it with the shirt below.

Photo by VERSACE.

Versace Love Versace Print Denim Shirt

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