In addition to the cut, patterns are also very important for a modern and dazzling outfit, φορέματα from DKstyle. So if we are talking about printed and not monochrome pieces, there are some top designs for the season.
Classic prints such as stripes and plaid, but also more special ones such as tie-dye and chevron will have their honor. See in more detail what other patterns will make their presence felt!
A classic and favorite pattern that is not missing from any season is undoubtedly the stripes. Vertical or horizontal, thin or thick does not matter, as each of these designs gives the clothes style, but also playful mood.
With the most typical example being the catwalk of the house of Marni, but also those of Christian Siriano, Tory Burch and Schiaparelli, the stripes remain at the top this Spring / Summer.
A special version of the stripe that will be worn this Spring and Summer is that of sevron. These are the oblique – wavy stripes that create a triangular shape of type V.
We will see this particular pattern this season to completely adorn our clothes or to adorn a part of them. Typical examples we saw from the fashion houses Matty Bovan, Alice + Olivia, Missioni, Dior and Versace.
Plaid type plaid, but mainly gingham
For some, plaid may be more reminiscent of Autumn and Winter, but this is not the case. It is another timeless and stylish print that we will continue to wear this season. This was also shown by the new collections of Gucci, Moschino, Acne Studios, Rochas and Coach.
But the design that stood out much more than the plaid is the gingham. This special plaid that reminds of picnic tablecloths, but also the retro season, will be a top choice. Typical examples we saw on the catwalks of Brandon Maxwell, Carolina Herrera, Prabal Gurung and MSGM.
Flowers could not be missing from the fashion in the clothes for the Spring and Summer of 2022. But what makes a floral print special this season is the size.
So this year the big flowers will be worn much more than other years and especially the ones that have a red color. Something similar happened on the catwalks of Anna Sui, Richard Quinn, Collina Strada, Valentino, Versace and Rodarte, as well as those of Carolina Herrera, Dolce & Gabbana and Saint Laurent.
Plain or in combination with large flowers, the polka dot design returns to the top of our choices.
So regardless of the size and color of the dots, the polka print will be a must. Typical examples are those of Carolina Herrera, Balmain, Paco Rabanne, Louis Vuitton and Balenciaga.
This chaotic colored pattern that has no specific shape and is reminiscent of the hippie era, but also the 90’s will continue to be an interesting choice in our clothing.
This is a special painting style that you can create yourself or find ready-made.
Famous fashion houses such as Altuzarra, Isabel Marant, Collina Strada and Loewe were some of the most prominent supporters of this pattern for the season.
Animals such as the Cheetah and the python will give way this season to the tabernacles that undoubtedly had their place of honor.
Maintaining in most cases the natural shades, this print made its presence felt on many catwalks, including those of Kenneth Ize, Salvatore Ferragamo and Missoni.
Apart from the combinations of different intense colors that will be the top choice in our outfit this season, the color blocking print that we will see in the clothes of the season is reminiscent of a marriage of different colors in the same fabric that creates a cloud or square effect.
Typical examples are those of Fendi, Loewe, Burberry, Cynthia Rowley and Chloe.
Mixed and matched prints
The tendency not to wear different prints in the same set has become very passive. So the combination of various patterns is a highly trendy proposal for fashion in the Spring and Summer of 2022.
So, this season, dare and create modern spring and summer outfits by matching the plaid with the stripes, the polka dot with the floral and everything else you can imagine. Typical examples from the catwalks of famous houses that prove that different prints can be worn together are those of Anna Sui, Dolce & Gabbana, Simon Miller and Moschino.