This sea­son it’s all prints, pat­terns and patch­work. More is most cer­tainly more

Hong Kong Tatler - - Style -

Miu Miu It’s a bit like the first time you post on In­sta­gram, the first time you dunk your bis­cotti in your cof­fee or the first time you wear lip­stick and no mas­cara. Lay­er­ing pat­tern on pat­tern is, ini­tially, mighty nerve wrack­ing. How will this feel? What will peo­ple think of me? And yet mas­ter the art of poly­pat­tern dress­ing and you will pos­i­tively steam ahead in the style stakes. The spring-sum­mer run­ways saw flo­rals and plaids and geo­met­ric prints, stripes and bro­cades mixed and matched in a heady melange to cre­ate looks that were brave and beau­ti­ful and just a lit­tle bit bonkers. Fear look­ing like you got dressed in the dark? Choose one print to dom­i­nate and one as an ac­cent, mix prints of dif­fer­ent scale and keep fab­rics in the same colour fam­ily. I prom­ise, you’ll feel like a prints-cess.

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