Unless you’ve managed to escape every fashion magazine for the last few months, you’ll be well aware that big, bold prints are a massive trend for A/W. As a result of this, print is in all the stores right now and it can be tricky deciphering what to buy and how to wear it.
Printed jeans and trousers are a stylist favourite at the moment and are being fully endorsed by celebrities like Cherry Healey, Katie Holmes and Jessie J
Whether you go for the 1950’s floral print, the geometric pattern or the elegant baroque, the high street is offering something for everyone, and there will be something to suit your style.
Zara and H&M both have an enviable selection of printed trousers in subtle floral prints and monochrome colouring – perfect if the thought of prints covering your bottom half is slightly daunting! For a simple style that can easily be worn with a woolly knit, River Island are selling a pair of leggings featured here. Whilst those of you who are more daring, check out these eye-popping, digitally floral trousers by Ted Baker:
Mary Katrantzou, a British designer who hit high-street stardom with her range of printed dresses and t-shirts for Topshop, has made her mark by collaborating more printed pieces with Ted Baker. If you fancy standing out at the New Year’s party, head down to Quaker’s Friar for a range of dresses that allows you to boast the print, pastel and oriental trend all in one item!
Whether you go prefer the 1950’s floral print, the geometric pattern or the elegant baroque, the high street is offering something for everyone, and there will be something to suit your style.
It’s not essential to wear bold patterns for the print trend to work, but eye-popping styles and pattern clashing will no doubt have you maximising this trend to your best potential.. The question is, how will you wear your prints this autumn?