Ruffles, florals and lace have never been so mix-and-match. Impressionistic floral prints, Renaissance colour palettes
and ‘70s Op Art inspiration come together for a look that’s fun, fearless and referential. This is art-school cool.
Ditsy, homespun florals get
a graphic treatment by way of
a retro ‘70s Op Art-inspired
Effortless eclecticism is at the core of
this trend - so don’t think twice about
teaming a spaceship-silver mini with a
Rothko-esque lace shirt. Finish with an
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Be creative and mix up your florals, whilst
keeping the colour palette tonal. Mustard, ochre
and cadmium red - think classic oil paint-tones
blended together in a loose, modern way.
This season’s embellishment of
choice? Embroidery. Mix a cute
conversational-print blouse with
an embroidered skirt for a girly
arts and crafts vibe.
Layer subtly pinstriped denim dresses over
voluminous prairie-girl blouses for a quick-win
at this trend. We love the dark inky denim and
hand-drawn stripe detailing.
Flex your artistic license
in pretty powder-blue lace dresses
by styling them unexpectedly
over classic jersey pieces.
Keep your colours firmly on the fabrics
and go for a stripped-back beauty look.
The composition should focus on the
brows, with nude and blush tones
providing a natural base. Create the
illusion of perfect symmetry with
Make a colourful cross-body bag your
accessory of choice. Keep up the floral
theme with an embroidered leather
saddle bag or clash your colours and tie
a printed scarf around a boxy