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Prints and motifs for spring
Prints and motifs for spring

Directly from the spring-summer 2017 catwalks, here are 4 colorful and lively prints not to be missed

With the arrival of the spring the desire to show off colorful garments and accessories rises. Between pattern and the fantasies coolest views on Spring-Summer 2017 catwalks there are some that are really worth investing in, to build fresh and stylish looks on the fly.

We have identified 4 that will be a real must in the coming months. From the greedy ones cherries from Altuzarra to the little flowers delicate and pastel shades proposed by Victoria Beckham. Give her leaves jacquard protagonists of the fashion show of Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini to the squares Vichy with a sixties allure, relaunched by Peter Pilotto, it will be "love at first sight"! Browse the gallery and choose your favorite.

4 cool prints for Spring 2017

It is said of cherries that "one leads to another". And it is precisely this irresistible fruit that conquers a place of honor in our spring wardrobe, as we saw on the Altuzarra catwalk. A greedy and colorful motif perfect for a playful and carefree style.
They will not be "pure avant-garde" but we always like flowers in spring. Especially in the feminine and delicate version proposed in the fashion show by Victoria Beckham. For a romantic and dreamy touch that never hurts.
You don't need a green thumb to fall in love with the jacquard leaf pattern. Declined on a beautiful bright green, just like on the garments of the House of Holland collection. To be mixed with gold and bronze accessories for a truly special look.
Peter Pilotto focuses on the Vichy checkered print that brings to mind the fabulous 60s and the splendid Brigitte Bardot who made her famous in that decade. For the right dose of glamor, just an accessory such as a pair of pumps is enough, and that's it.
ROSIE ASSOULIN one-shoulder top
MSGM skirt
LENORA pumps

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