We hope you love eye-catching outfits because the spring/ summer 2020 print trends have delivered outrageous garments made of loud but gorgeous fabrics. ne of the most popular trend is the animal print, which is usually a winter affair, but this year we will wear it also during the hot season.
R13’s urban streetwear collection involved the most animal print of what we saw, with everything from orange tiger-stripe jackets to leopard print shorts. Incidentally, this was also one of the few runways to really commit to mixed-print styling. David Koma also refused to let animal prints die, so he sent models out on his runway in body-hugging dresses and bodysuits covered in zebra print. There was a serious jungle theme at Dolce & Gabbana, which combined another seasonal trend, tropical florals, with clothing outfits in a variety of animal prints. We saw some restrained zebra-print skirts at Tod’s, and touches of leopard print and snakeskin at House of Holland.
How to wear it?
There’s no denying the ubiquity of the classic leopard print — though the term is often a catchall for any feline pattern. There are also those of the jaguar, cheetah and ocelot, animals whose prints can be differentiated by the size, shape and details of their spots. The best way to wear the animal print is to choose just one item. One is enough! If you are not an expert, then try with something small like a belt, a bag, sandals, shoes, sneakers or a scarf. All these elements are able to pop up a simple and even boring look.
Choose the earth tones
They are far better than the black and white combination. Plus you have many designers that gave a chance to the beiges on a white pattern and this combination is the most beautiful. Simple, clan and elegant. Remember that summer is all about bright colours, so try to remain in this field.
How to style animal prints now
1. Pep up your 9-5 outfits by teaming animal-print skirts and pants with color-block sweaters and classic coats.
2. Mix and match – the most modern way to wear pattern is to layer up and clash.
3. This is one instance where more really is more, so take your styling cues from Caroline Issa and work it from head to toe.
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