4 Summer Prints to Freshen Up Your Wardrobe

In SS19, we’re making a case for all things bold. Be it florals or luxe leopard, the season’s print stories are brought to life with vivacious colour palettes, playful proportions and unexpected details. Featuring key pieces from our new-season collection, we present the four summer prints to freshen up your wardrobe in an instant.


1. Fresh Fruits


From zesty oranges to the Sorrento lemon, freshly-picked fruit prints are the new-season way to tap into the tropical trend. Find the delectable design on easy tea dresses and one-shoulder tops, with all-black backdrops and bright bursts of colour creating a vibrant contrast. Stronger statements come in the shape of oversized citrus fruits on long, languid maxis, adorned with ruffles for a feminine finish.   


2. Neon Leopard


Animal prints have been amplified for SS19. Neutral hues have made room for high-octane colours, as seen on this season’s key midi dresses and cami tops.  Here, the classic print is reinterpreted with a luminous yellow base and bold graphic spots in red and blue, showcasing a new print story that captures the palpable energy of warm summer days.


3. Boho Botanicals


Bohemian prints have resurfaced for yet another summer – and this time, they’re cooler and more considered than ever before. Oversized botanical florals with paisley-print details are placed against warm sunset palettes, with safari-style silhouettes making them feel new, refreshed and altogether more modern.


4. Floral Clash


Playing with proportion, colour and print, clashing florals are one of the key statement-makers of SS19. Take on the trend with a wind-blown satin kimono and wide-leg trousers, spliced with blocks of colour, and patterned with a mix of small-scale and larger florals. Wear both at one or separately, balancing out the boldness with soft neutrals.


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