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Trend Report: Boho Prints

Dolce & Gabbana, Pucci, Anna Sui and Isabel Marant. All of these designers featured boho print on their runways, proving the popularity of the trend for the year ahead.

Bohemian style is not new in the fashion world, and is a refreshing change from the hustle and bustle of the fast paced, complicated lives most of us lead. The new take on this beautiful and flattering style, however, is the focus on the prints.

For summer and going into autumn, boho prints are the trend to watch. This doesn’t mean you need to embrace a full bohemian look, like Vanessa Hudgens. It means that you can take a touch of the bohemian style and mix it in with your other pieces as an accent.

Here are three reasons why you need this trend in your wardrobe:

1. Designers Are Crazy For Boho!

Boho prints:  Pucci runway | AlibiOnline

Boho prints are all over the runways right now. Each designer has their own take on it, some mixing the prints with a gothic style and taking it to a darker place, some going back to the trend’s roots with flowing designs and flowers in the hair.

Whichever way you want to wear it, you’ll be on trend. A top, a skirt, pants or a dress, you can’t go wrong.

2. It Suits Any Style 

Folklore Dress by Bebe | AlibiOnline | Trend Boho Prints

It’s about the print, not the style, so even if your look is structured, by adding a print to a pair of pants or top, you’ll easily be able to work it in.

This will also add a touch of fun to your look. So if you’ve got a relaxed event, but you’re more comfortable in a more formal look, then a boho print piece will be just the thing you need.

3. It’s Trans-seasonal 

Wildcat Maxi Dress by Sass | AlibiOnline | Trend Boho Prints

In the past, boho pieces have had a earthy colour scheme and a traditionally flowy design, meaning they were best suited to warm weather and limited occasions. But now, prints are coming in all sorts of colours (and styles), providing the perfect colour scheme for any season. Brights for summer, rich tones for winter, and everything in between.

Will you be wearing boho prints this year?

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