The Must-Try Trend for Spring? Weird Prints
Per usual, the Louis Vuitton spring 2015 runway show was one of the most buzz-worthy of the season. Among the many unexpected, but pleasant, surprises were the '70s-inspired pieces embellished with eyelash curlers, salt and pepper shakers, and muscle cars (pictured, above). The graphics added an extra level of whimsy, giving the ultra-chic silhouettes a more down-to-earth, cheeky appeal.
Translate the vibe into your own wardrobe with these five unusual prints below we found—and are now dying to own.
The lemons and grapefruits project playfulness, but the classic cut of the shirt makes it wearable for multiple occasions -- think a casual Friday in the office or weekend brunch.
Equipment printed silk shirt, $529, mytheresa.com
No longer relegated to a toddler pajama set! Pair with a unfussy top and minimal accessories since these pants will be the major wow factor of your outfit.
Stella McCartney Superstellaheroes Cicely Trousers, $980, stellamccartney.com
A great layering and conversation piece for chic Francophiles. It will easily transition with you through the spring, whether under a blazer or over a lightweight long-sleeve tee, to all on its own with a midi skirt as the weather warms up.
Maison Kitsune Map Aline printed cotton top, $235, netaporter.com
An otherwise simple cream maxi skirt punctuated with dragonflies makes it that much more unique. And the neutral tones allow it to go with just about everything.
Zara long printed skirt, $80, zara.com
If you've got 'em, flaunt 'em! We love how the watercolor print gives an abstract feel. Truly the perfect color and figure to start your spring right.
MSGM pink eye print dress, $587, shopatsauce.com