Spring fashion trends of 2019 are going down memory-lane putting forward prints with an innovative spirit. They are overwhelmed with prints to the point of being clad all-over with bohemian and Oriental themes. With eighties inspired prints making such a unique appearance with bold scarf-print patterns, you can never be out of options.
There are more than just the paisley and banana print. Silk scarf-prints are so versatile ranging from animal print, multi chains, florals, to knots and botanical prints.
Get ready to get lost in a world of color distinguishing this print that are available in numerous clothing items such as tops, blouses, dresses which you can style up or down.
Mimic runway-inspired looks and opt for explicitly scarf-inspired loosely-fitted dresses made with a mix of scarf patterns ending with bits of fabric looking like scarves. An all-over trendy scarf-print dress is the perfect addition to your spring/summer wardrobe.
So, go with the flow of fashion forward prints and opt for a black multi chain scarf-print dress with handkerchief hem. For a feminine figure flattering dress, rock this on-trend print with a pink scarf long sleeve wrap dress in satin. Team it with some simple strappy heels and a cute clutch for a feminine but really fierce look.
Or opt for a sage green botanical long sleeve wrap dress, add in some strappy heels, some hooped earrings for a sassy look and you’re good to go.
One of the key looks of spring/summer season is a maxi dress. Immerse yourself in this eye-catching print with the versatile styles of maxi dresses. Hail SS19 with a silk scarf printed midi length dress with an asymmetrical hemline and flattering tie waist-band.
Go for a relaxed coolness with multicolored scarf-inspired prints and rock a detailed scarf print shirt dress with a contrasting plain placket cuffs and collar, plus a waist-tie belt. Scroll down for more on The-print trend of SS19 and prepare yourself to be immersed in scarf-inspired prints with vibrant color themes.
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