Print to Pattern, Ditsy to Bold!

Spring is in the air, and it’s the perfect time for a style shakeup. Bold, graphic printed are a “can’t-miss “ to add a boost of energy to your wardrobe. It indeed is a way to revamp and bring intensity to your style.

Easiest way to cue temperatures and bloom on the streets is to step out with bold floral prints or the classic stripes. These dramatic feminine print of spring has noticeably marched down the 2015 spring catwalks and it is now your turn to flaunt the trend in your own way! Whether your style is retro floral or multi-directional stripes, bold and dramatic floral or bold fat stripes, you definitely know the trick now. Florals and stripes both have been classics. But classics do not necessarily be predictable. This season both have ruled the catwalks in a fun and eclectic way.

Pushing fashion to the limit is not for everyone, but if you eagerly embrace bright colors, bold graphic prints, polkas, stripes, geometric prints or simply mix prints, these are guaranteed attention getters for you. Startling visuals are always flattering in a silhouette with relaxed or tight fits. Separates contrast best with deep palettes, and accessories can take a back seat. Unless you want to accentuate the trend only through your accessory, either it is a printed cap or a bag, graphic heels or a charming scarf, incorporating prints and patterns in your ensembles can add a lot of fun and spunk in your outfit, if and only if done correctly!

Dominant trendsetters are Louis Vuitton, Balmain, Loewe, Moschino and Burberry who have swirled vivid graphics and patterns on the runways. So girlfriends, pop it, top it and rock it with PRINTS because  this time the rule is- more is more!

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