Spring & summer prints

Heads up, this is what your wardrobe will look like this season
  • 04 Apr - 10 Apr, 2020
  • Mag The Weekly
  • Fashion

When it comes to spring/ summer prints (and nail art and ice cream toppings), we've got a mantra: "Go big, or go home!" Tropical motifs, florals and bright colours are synonymous with warm-weather dressing, and this season even our favourite stars have been stepping up their style game with bigger, bolder prints.

Stripped trousers and unconventional colour-blocking prints is a big trend this season and it is certainly not for the faint of heart. But it’s a trend that’s worth trying. The key is to keep accessories and makeup understated.

Now let’s talk about florals. How cute are they? The floral trend still continues from previous years with printed pants, mini-dresses, skirts, kurtis and now even your trousers and everything else retailers can put a flower on. Florals are all about having fun with fashion and embracing the joy and romance of spring/summer. Floral prints offer a touch of femininity to warm weather style so you can bring out your girlish charm with every outfit and accessory you wear.

Apart from florals, tropical prints are making a huge mark this season. For everyone who is looking to step up their floral fashion game, tropical prints are very big this year. They are a fresh take on the ‘growth and freshness’ of spring and summer. The expected hibiscus flowers and palm leaves have really taken over much more than anyone anticipated. If florals, and pastels are not your take on the newness of spring, you can be bold in your wardrobe full of tropical prints.

The spring/ summer print trends this year are both inspiring and interesting with patterns that really flatter the figure. So, embrace these fun and jazzy prints, they look just as good as they feel and are totally up-to-date.