Vintage-inspired scarves and silky scarf-like prints were all over the fall/winter ’18 runways and one show in particular threw down the gauntlet and said the Scarf Print Trend is this season’s “it” trend.
British designer Richard Quinn set Instagram on fire with his FW nineties-inspired scarf print collection.
With Queen Elizabeth II and Anna Wintor sitting front row, models stepped out in Majesty-inspired head scarfs, trench-coats fashioned from silk scarf squares and asymmetric dresses emblazoned with the Balmoral-appropriate print.
Within a matter of minutes (ok maybe it was more like days) fashion influencers took to social media to take the trend for a spin IRL. The vibe is one part modern maximalism and one part grandma, a juxtaposition that is right up my alley.
Inspired by the iconic designs of Hermes you can find these stunning scarf prints EVERYWHERE making it super easy to score the trend no matter what your budget from vintage pieces to designer, high-street and fast fashion.
It’s almost impossible NOT to spot a scarf print. All it takes is one fashion savvy look around to see it, a quick scroll through your Instagram feed or standing in line at Zara- seriously while I was in line the other day I counted 17 women in line with me buying scarf print items.
It’s an easy trend to embrace too — printed silk shirts and dresses are about as forgiving as fashion gets and as long as you stick to the same color palette mixing scarf prints is as simple as pairing those Garanimals you wore as a kid.
What I’m Wearing: Zara Chain Print Pleated Skirt | Zara Printed Shirt with Tie | Vintage Chanel Coat | Donald Pliner Geena Bootie | Vintage Belt | TOPSHOP Velvet Chain Strap Bag |
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