we decided to jam on prints for this week’s blog. So whether you are fierce in animal prints or flirty in floral, there is a print to suit everyone’s personality. It’s all about making a statement and challenging yourself to create a unique and personal look.
There is no denying floral prints are fun, but can often times come off as very Spring and very girly. Don’t be mistaken, floral prints aren’t just for your sweet summer dresses they can also work for Fall. And while we love floral print in its summer state, as showcased above, the dark and cryptic blossoms we saw at the Fall 2011 Collections of Lanvin
are a must have.
On Hannah: Sachin + Babi Ruffled “Nina” Dress
, Lanvin Eifel Nylon Tote,
Dolce Vida Metallic Espadrille Wedges
This Fall the runways were transformed into a fashion jungle. Thankfully, leopard prints continue to reappear each season but our current obsession is leopard print shoes! Pairing catty prints with a rather neutral palate will send your outfit to a new level of fierce.
On Lauren: Zac Posen Seamed Detailed Fitted Dress, Lanvin Silk Logo Scarf, Stella McCartney Leopard Wedge
On Hannah: Diane Von Furstenberg Dress, Lanvin Silk Logo Scarf
, Pierre Hardy Suede Open Toe Pumps
We are a tribe called dress. Native inspired patterns are invading the runways in a big way and we are loving it. Wear a body con dress in an all over pattern and pair it with an equally outrageous bag. Or get in the mix and pair similar tribal patterns in varying sizes because it’s playful and works for multiple seasons; just throw on leggings and knee high boots or booties for fall.
On Lauren: Alexander McQueen Lace Print Knit Dress
, Alexander McQueen Print Squeeze It Clutch
, Stella McCartney Shootie
On Hannah: Jean Paul Gaultier Printed Plisse Top
, Yves Saint Laurent Suede Robyn Wedge