Whether you like them or not, this season will be remembered for print clothing proposed by every single brand: graphics, bold, kaleidoscope, small, flowery prints. Personally I would never walk around wearing a whole printing outfits but I might wear one single garment with nice prints for sure not the pants.
The word print recalls more the word spring than fall/winter and to be honest some of these prints would be really perfect for the nice season other than wearing them under an overcoat maybe not … well maybe the contrast between thick garments and light and colorful prints might sound interesting.
I have looked around to find out the best print garments just for you, have a look at them
BCBG: Cerise pleated color block long dress. Color-blocked construction with floral-print detail, allover pleating, round neck, sleeveless.
Charlotte Olympia: Carina super wedges made with luxurious ilk twill moon print. They come with adhesive Polaroid piture that can be placed on the outside of the box to archive them.
Gerard Darel: small flower print for both the silk blouse and the silk trousers.
AMQ: Luxurious leather with an allover inspect spine inspired print in this snap-down shape.
Jason Wu: oriental-inspired black and gold brocade, trimmed in gold leather.
Karl: camo-print coated-canvas tote with the silhouette of Karl Lagerfeld.
By Malene Birger: loose fitted pants with elegant flower-printed silk.
Carolina Herrera: abstract expressionism print for this silk dress, pleased A-line skirt.
Tory Burch: black&white contrasting chinoiserie graphic print for this silk twill blouse adorned with black trim.
Marni: 60’s inspiration for this dress with an oversize floral print in the front and contrast stand collar and split cuffs.
Marc Jacobs: bold flower print for this shoulder purse.
Roberto Cavalli: multicolored printed brushed wool cape. Padded shoulders.
Temperley London: Eliah flower top recalls the Renaissance style embroidery covering the polka dot tulle base.
Miu Miu: jacquard blazer with peak lapels and back vent like a classic menswear blazer construction.
Nicholas Kirkwood: leather ankle boots covered with printed silk for the new collaboration between Nicholas Kirkwood and Erdem. Clear and black geometric acetate heels.