Whether it makes you think of ’70s hippies, your elementary school arts and crafts class or Carrie Bradshaw in SATC, tie-dye is officially back. On the SS19 runways, psychedelic prints got a high-fashion makeover via labels like Prada, Dior and Stella McCartney, and at the recent fashion weeks, all your fave influencers were repping hard for the trend. For inspo on how to wear it IRL, below ASOS.com gives you three ways to try it now…
The Spring/Summer 2019 trends have already been decided at the SS19 shows which happened towards the end of last year. Here I narrowed it down to the top 7 spring trends you should know, from the colors you’ll need in your wardrobe to next year’s ‘it’ print. So scroll down to find out what we’ll be wearing in Spring/Summer 2019.
This season is all about Camel and Leopard print! There is no denying animal prints’ enormous presence on the Fall/Winter 2018 runways. Classic camel is incredibly easy to work with, since its neutral shade pairs with literally everything, while animal prints can be incorporated through accent pieces. Or if you’re into prints you can work with printed layerings – a fur coat, cardi, or overcoat. I always find myself in some kind of variation of casual, neutral and oversized. Get my outfit details below.
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We saw some vacation-ready tropical prints on Spring/Summer 2018 runways from designers like Isabel Marant, Coach, Gucci, No.21, Michael Kors, Jacquemus, to name a few. I love sophisticated tropical floral prints that look refined and chic.
My today’s look features this strappy dress from Banana Republic, in a statement-making, tropical print. It’s flattering and polished. It has a wrap-effect front for a polished look and an asymmetrical hem that elongates your silhouette. According to their women’s designer they discovered this exact print while visiting their design archive, then recolored it to add intensity and modernity.