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Prints usually have a visual impact and a story to share. Through them, designers either reference an older print or a theme. Some of them come in subtle hues, while others in the boldest possible. Compared to simple monochromes, they are frequently the attention-grabbers and conversation-starters. Custom prints for each brand often become signature pieces and iconic. Sometimes they mix and match, while it is still safer to let them stand out through neutral accessories and separates. Let’s go through the most popular ones.
Dreamy & Romantic Florals
They come in pastels and paler hues. Tap into your romantic side with the Ted Baker Carsyn Ethereal Posie Midi Dress that serves as a conversation-starter at a first date. On a warm-weather vacation, all you need is the sweet and versatile Alice + Olivia Waylon Off-the-Shoulder Blouson Dress. Get an even more interesting combo of sophisticated retro-style hues with the Vanessa Bruno Helidie Watercolor Floral Print Silk Dress.
They are sharp and graphic, affecting the whole silhouette of the piece and getting attention from a distance. Some others are more noticeable through a closer look. We love the refined sportiness of the Diane von Furstenberg Chase Multipattern Wool-Blend Bomber Jacket. Geometric prints can also belong to day-to-evening stunners such as the 70s-inspired Diane von Furstenberg Brunel Polka Dot Long-Sleeve Maxi Shirtdress. For an eclectic touch to your looks, add to your smart layers the colorful Diane von Furstenberg Patchwork Long-Sleeve Shirtdress.
Playful & Quirky
These prints definitely give you a big smile. They are unexpected and visually generous. They probably send a message or make a statement. Get some rock & roll attitude with the Zadig & Voltaire Rosario Lightning and Guitar Print Dress. The cartoonish ballet dancer printed on the Tory Burch Vance Silk Blouse can be the surprise element in a creative business meeting. And if fruits are not yet a part of your healthy breakfast resolutions, open your appetite for them with the Whistles Apple Print Shirt Dress.
Your boho chic side will resonate with others’ through tiny gypsy-style floral prints, 70s-inspired patterns, and abstract themes in comfy, ethereal silhouettes. Refresh the trend mixing the Zadig & Voltaire Remus Liberty Dress with edgy combat boots. As a reference to Moroccan nights in the 70s, add to your transitional weather wardrobe the Alice + Olivia Thym Trumpet Sleeve Floral Dress. And be literal with the paisley-style florals on the Vanessa Bruno Helier Wallflower Silk Blouse. They are quintessentially bohemian.