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When prints not only exist in the 2D image and comes to life with bold embroideries and lace appliqué, even the craziest print makes sense and look stunningly beautiful.

On the SS15 runway, beautiful prints are seen in turqoise, coral, plum with iridescent fabrication, mixed with sheer chiffon or mesh panels.

To Tap into this bold trend takes a bit of courage, however a statement printed lace applique dress from Peter Pilotto is an easy, fuss free choice for beginners.


Peter Pilotto ‘Flux’ Dress

Tiles copyAnother print trending this Spring is inspired by the Islamic tiles, seen on Mary Katrantzou, Sacai Luck, Tsumori Chisato…etc. We recommend investing in a cute seperate piece such as this crochet hem T-shirt from Sacai Luck that will go with anything in your current wardrobe.


Sacai Luck Crochet hem T-shirt

Mesh copyIf you are still quite insecure about wearing colours, a more muted colour palette was seen on Rick Owens, Alexander Wang, Balenciaga this season.

With mesh, flowy chiffon, sheer organza designers create layers of texture and volume for a spring sillhouette. We like this mesh bomber jacket from Moncler to add a touch of sports luxe into the look.


Moncler Mesh Bomber Jacket

To see more of our inspirations for this trend, follow us on Pinterest and tweet us your favourite trend SS15 using #FeathersTrend

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