Walk the walk and talk the talk with conversational prints! These loud patterns have hit the runway hard, from nature themed ensembles to flower pots and telephones on garments, designers are making statements with this funky style. Check out all the eccentric looks below!
Loud Prints on Loud Prints
It’s clash of the patterns on the runway this year, models sporting anything from plaid-paisley combos to crazy floral on top of even crazier floral. Matching gets thrown out the window in this hot trend, as designers show that coordinating colors is all you need to pull a garment together. This look is perfect for mini golf on a breezy summer evening, or grabbing the hottest new food trend. Artisanal donuts anyone?
Get loud with these fabrics:
Go put your face on, and maybe someone else’s too with the conversational pattern that’s speaking volumes. From unattached mouths to vintage icons, designers are dressing models in people patterns, human from head to toe, and maybe even some heads and toes! Turn heads at music festivals with people patterned pants, or catch eyes at the bar in a shift dress that winks and blinks.
Are you a people person? Get some people person patterns here:
Do you like it au natural? These designers do too, which is why they’ve incorporated nature themes into their garments. Amethyst stones circle swimming fish on Temperley London’s beautiful maxi dress, while Antonio Marras’ fruit themed dress is fresh and flirty. Go for a nature walk in beautiful, natural prints, or sip some wine at the new corner bistro in prints of forests and floral.
Keep it real with these natural prints:
Are you an animal lover? Than these designs are for you! Be a comfortable cat lady in a cat patterned pant suit, or get back in touch with your spiritual side in an astrological animal print dress, similar to Cynthia Rowley’s. Take these prints for a walk in the park, or sit street side at an animal friendly cafe, sipping artistic lattes, embellished with puppies in the foam.
Feeling animalistic? Adopt these fabrics:
Floral is a fashion staple, and its being kicked up a notch with tropical tones. These equatorial ensembles provide vivacious vibes, adding a touch of paradise to a traditional pattern. Warm cruises to the Bahamas and relaxing on the coasts of Hawaii are not the only place to wear this tropical trend. Strut your stuff at the hottest new dance club in a dress of tropical chiffon, or cruise around town in some tropical shorts.
Looking for a touch of the tropics? Look no further:
Do you over look around at all your possessions and think “I wish I could wear this out today”? These designers agree, precariously placing pots on patterns, or a variety of different inanimate objects. Temperley London’s model stuns in a dress littered with vintage looking vases, a perfect look for antiquing in a quaint town in Maine.
Objectifying these garments? Take home these fabrics:
A picture says a thousand words, and a conversational print says even more! Adorn yourself in thousands of words with landscape garments, whether that’s a sea scene in chiffon, draped into a cape like Alberta Ferretti’s, a Cape May if you will, or buttoned up in an evening jungle like Paul Smith’s. This funky fashion is perfect for any occasion, from a sitting in a quaint tea house to wine tasting on a breezy summer day.
Loving landscapes? Look through these fabrics:
What prints will you be conversing about this season? Let us know in the comments!