Spring and summer are synonymous with fun, colorful prints, aren't they? Think bold patterns and intricate designs blended in beautiful combinations. And this year, summer prints have come out to play. For all the pattern lovers out there, you'll find lots of variations to make old classic looks fresh and new and modern. Our research is based on the collections and product lines and designs of various designers from all over the globe. Except for the classic florals, expect to see modern twists of retro, '70s-style blooms. The time couldn't be more perfect for giving your wardrobe an instant 2022 refresh. There are plenty to choose from, so keep scrolling to purchase essential buys for each motif.
Checks might be one of the most versatile and long-lasting prints ever, but they’re definitely going to be even bigger this summer. You can wear them pretty much anywhere, so make the most of it. The print trend for cheerful checkerboard is coming in strong for spring/summer 2022! And get ready, it’s only going to get bolder and brighter as the weather warms up. Mix and match it with other patterns or make it a hero piece.
A checkered vest could be the ideal accompaniment to straight-leg denim.
Coming right from the 70's, psychedelic swirls are emerging as refreshing evolution to the popular twisted circles. Swirly, waved prints are having a moment this season, offering a new take.
There is a new take on geometric graphic prints, with symmetrical shapes in beautiful color combos. Check out Stella McCartney's geometric check patterns and Burberry's graphic skins that return to the catwalk.
The floral burst trend is being interpreted in lots of different ways this season. It really just puts you in mind of like a prairie, outdoors farm type inspiration.
A vintage-inspired floral print is brighter, more dominant, more visible, a theme that you will continue to see used from here on out. Florals are one of the wisest print investments you can make, for they never really go out of style. This season, designers have been taking the minimalistic approach with their blooms, focusing on silhouettes in block colors instead of more intricate and detailed prints.
This print has graced the runways from a muted combination of colors, like black and white to colorful diagonal stripes. If you're worried about your hips being wider, then introduce that horizontal stripe in your upper half to make it look wider. Or if you would like to minimize your shoulders, then wear this print to your lower half to balance your body evenly.
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