Looking to refresh your spring wardrobe? Add some fun fabric prints to the mix that are shaping up the current and coming seasons ahead. This year the overarching theme in fashion continues to reach for fun, embracing the very core of dopamine dressing. The currently trending prints vary from decades past to trusty prints we see more frequently. One thing is for sure – these prints certainly don’t lack personality!
While stripes never truly leave the from year to year, there are slight variances in their appearance. This year, rugby stripes are making a comeback. Five horizontal stripes in block-like colors represent the stripes on shirts commonly seen in the game of rugby. With the recent rise in preppy styles, the rugby stripes make perfect sense.
Groovy and Mod
Diving into this print trend will add some seriously vibrant color to your wardrobe. The bold and artistic prints from the 60s and 70s are sure to deliver on fun. Indulge in fabrics printed with butterflies, swirls, blurred watercolor art, and even trippy tie-dye. To build an outfit with these colorful prints, try adding neutrals to bring a modern touch to the trends.
Another print that never truly goes out of style but changes from season to season is florals. Expect to see varying popular floral styles, from simple negative space options to more detail-oriented dainty florals that have a vintage and heirloom feel, like that of the florals on your grandmother’s wallpaper or old curtains.
Colors melt together in unique ways in this print trend. There is no one right way for the blurred vision print to come together as it appears as muddled florals, abstract figures, maximalist ombre, and more. Another way this trend reveals itself is through seemingly random prints that mimic scribbles or doodles.
Prints make sewing and getting dressed more fun and personalized. Stuck in an outfit rut? Try incorporating prints from above into your next outfit to bring some life to even the most simple garments. What do you plan to make with your favorite print from this season first?