I’m a self-confessed prints lover, so you can bet that if there’s a pattern trending for the season I’ll know about it.
While there’s something classic about neutrals, block colours and basics, I have an incomparable love for prints. More is more, if you ask me.
While dopamine dressing is huge for spring summer 2022, so too are poppy prints. Some you may have noticed patterns like logos, which have been huge throughout winter, and animal prints, which are just timeless.
Wavy prints are a new addition to the most popular patterns however, and they’re so wearable.
Let’s delve further into the prints that matter for spring summer 2022 and how you can embrace them now.
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Checks might be one of the most versatile and long-lasting prints ever, but they’re definitely going to be even bigger this summer.
You can wear them pretty much anywhere, so make the most of it.
Oversized Fit Blazer, £150, Cos – buy now
Pleated Trousers, £99, Cos – buy now
Seersucker Dress, £215, Ganni – buy now
Petite mini check midi smock dress in brown, £40, Topshop – buy now
Tie-dye has had an adult update this season.
While it used to be reserved for festival dwellers, fashion girls are adopting it for SS22.
Revive Tie-dye Cotton Shirt, £30, Taztopia – buy now
Pleated Tie-dye Midi Slip Dress, £30, Monki – buy now
Angels logo-patch bucket hat, £55, Fiorucci – buy now
You can thank House of Sunny at least in part for the emergence of the wavy print.
Hockney Abstract-Pattern Stretch-Knit Midi Dress, £115, House of Sunny at Selfridges – buy now
Off-Shoulder Top, £15, Monki – buy now
Tillie wave-print midi dress, £225, Rixo – buy now
Stripes might feel like an old print trend, but we’re still embracing them.
JW Anderson, Etro and Alaia updated the trend with the addition of tassels, while Fendi embraced colour with statement stripes.
Cut-out back striped dress, £69.99, Mango – buy now
Lorna Blue Striped Alpaca Blend Zip Collar Sweater, £95, Kitri – buy now
Collared sweatshirt, £19.99, H&M – buy now
Animal print was splashed across the runway at Roberto Cavalli, Valentino and Stella McCartney, with tiger stripes in particular making an appearance time and time again.
Feeling fierce? This one’s for you.
Cotton Poplin Shirt, £165, Ganni – buy now
Inez Abstract Tiger Midi Dress, £149, Whistles – buy now
Harlow Animal Print Mini Dress, £135, Kitri at Coggles – buy now