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By Burdastyle July 1, 2019 No comments
left: Loewe (Photo by Estrop / Getty Images); middle: Etro (Photo by Estrop / Getty Images); right: Chloe_ (Photo by Kristy Sparow/Getty Images for Chloe)
Clean cuts, solid colors, minimalistic prints – so not in your world? Then you will fully embrace the revival of the foulard trend. This season, not only the well-known scarf print labels like Versace and Etro with their elaborate prints, but also fashion houses more recognized for their delicate, monochrome and couture collections, presented their styles. Styles with wild and varied prints combined with bright colors.
left: Christian Dior (Photo by Dominique Charriau/WireImage); right: Erika Cavallini (Photo by Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
If you would like to interpret the look in a most creative way, look to the Loewe design that features patchwork of his favorite fabrics managed into a fabulous and unique vision. For those who prefer a printed fabric, be sure to pay attention to the cut in the preparation and trying to choose a minimal amount of panel seams so that the print can have its full effect. We used this method for our on-trend dress on the page right – a look that is also a style that is great cut to a hip-length in a tunic look.
Make yourself the center of attention for every summer party. "This maxi dress" with the flattering bands at the waist and inlaid pleats is the one to make it happen. The sewn-in method of the sleeves lets the border of a scarf print be a beautiful accent.
Embrace this style in the day with the silhouette blowing in the breeze on the boardwalk. Just pair with your favorite summer sandals and a large purse to house your sunglasses and sunscreen! You can also embrace the printed style with a purse that has some colorful trim on it.
Edge this design up by pairing with some heels and a little bag to dance the night away in! Focus in on a subtle color in the foulard print and put it on your lips - here we love a pale lip.
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