Printed dresses: you probably have one (or several) in your wardrobe
. There’s nothing we love more. We just can’t stop thinking about them and it’s something that’s on the must-have list of every fashionista.
Don’t let the warmer weather catch you off guard… dig out your printed dress and it’ll become the perfect addition to a sunny day. For occasions like this, prints win every time. Maybe it’s because we find vitality and joy in their patterns
, maybe it’s because they give us a fabulous figure, or maybe it’s because we feel comfortable and look great when we wear them. Or perhaps it’s for all of these reasons!Which ones are our favourites?
OK, yes, we like them all, but if we had to choose the absolute queen of prints from our selection, it would be a floral print dress
. They’ve probably never gone out of style, and they probably never will. In every variety, colour and style: big, small, tropical, Asian-inspired… It’s not how they look, it’s what they have on them: flowers.
Another pattern we love which seems never to go out of fashion is the polka dot dress
. We don’t know what it is about those little dots that contrast with the background, but they have us hypnotised. It’s among the most feminine and flattering of styles, there’s an air of romance about it, and the way it moves so gracefully.
Stripes also still hold their position on the podium. A nautical stripe dress
always saves you on those days where you’re just not sure “what to wear”. Stripes are always in fashion and they’ll never let you down.
And how could we forget the animal print
, which has lately been winning the fashion stakes. Leopard is the wildest and most popular of all, but snakeskin print is also making headway among printed dresses. Lately zebra and cow prints
have also been big news, for all varieties of clothing, including footwear
Printed dresses with geometric prints
are also gathering speed in the latest fashion trends. We just love the bright colours and shapes which contrast with the background.
Another print that’s arrived this season and broken the mould is the classic tie-dye
, which features discoloured shapes on fabrics to create psychedelic patterns. If the hippy movement became trendy in the ‘60s and ‘70s, it’s now making an important comeback.
Don’t forget that the handbags
you use should be one single colour so that your dress can stand out from the rest of the items featured in your look.
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