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The sea­son is filled with over­sized fan­ci­ful prints. Learn how to play nice with wall­pa­per flo­rals.

Whether they are artsy, wild, retro or ab­stract, this sea­son has a print for ev­ery­one. How­ever, the most no­table pat­tern was bold and graphic flo­ral print. Wall­pa­per in­spired flo­ral print can be seen in mix and match out­fits, in head-to-toe looks and even in small dis­creet touches.

The run­ways this sea­son were up­beat with a sat­u­rated color pal­ette. Fash­ion de­sign­ers chose to step away from the typ­i­cally S/S 2017 tiny flo­ral pat­terns and chose to use bold flow­ers that had more bite.

La­bels like Chloe, Dries van Noten, Roberto Cavalli, Prada, Christo­pher Kane and Michael Kors looked to the past for in­spi­ra­tion. The 60’s, 70’s and 80’s were all on trend when it came to shapes, cuts and ma­te­ri­als. How­ever, the 70’s were def­i­nitely the decade of the mo­ment for prints, specif­i­cally the wall­pa­per flo­ral print. These throw­back pat­terns of­ten took the form of large flow­ers, with a mul­ti­tude of big and brightly col­ored blooms splashed all over silhouettes. Shown in head-to-toe looks, they had a full-on 70’s ef­fect.


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