This year’s fashion is all about prints. Designers such as Cavalli, Blumarine, D&G or Moschino brought a lot of color on the runaways and their collections were all about free spirit, being youg and daring, never afraid to explore and bring forward into your fashion the wild side. Designers presented a variety of styles from which we can choose: floral prints, geomatric prints and animal prints. The way we can wear them is limitless: colorful prints, mix matched, simple color prints, day-look, evening-look, accesories etc.
Lady- Like & Feminine Look In Floral Prints. Celebrities such a Nicky Hilton show us that a simple floral print dress can be such a long term fashion choice. You can wear it with sandals, flats, boots, on a morning beach walk or on a dinner out with friends. Jessica Szhor looks young spirited, original and amazing in mix matched prints. If you love to play with colors and trends you can try this look. Eva Mendes takes the playfull femine look to a fancy event looking her best.
Wild & Exotic Look In Animal Prints. Jennifer Lopez and Rachel Bilson go for a totally wild and hot look on the red carpet, exuding sex appeal, passion and femininity. Both dresses look amazing proving that a brilliant material, a perfect cut and a fit animal print can make any girl look exotic. For those of you who don’t want to drape yourselves into prints, choosing only one item is the answer. Kim Kardashian looks sexy and casual in a beautiful black and white animal print blazer. Jeans and tank-tops with or without heels compliment such a casual, layed back look.
Mix-matched Matches In Geometric Prints. The queen of mix mathched prints, Olivia Palermo looks amazing and sweet in what appears to be an unfit outfit. It takes practice and courage to pull such a look, but it’s worth it. Katy Perry keeps it simple and elegant in a black and white geometric print dress perfectly accesorized with red shoes and jewelry. Blake Lively looks so sweet and sexy in a short hypnotizing geometric print dress, keeping the rest simple.
Prints are quite controversial, I know, but the bottom line is you either love them or hate them. Still if you want to see how they work for you, keeping it safe, I suggest you choose for starters a small item to accesorize a basic outfit (a bag, a clutch, a scarf, gloves, shoes, rings, jewelry…).