SS10 Trend: Graphic Prints

4 Apr

This is one trend that I’ve never been as brave enough to try out but this seasons graphic prints might just change that!

If you find this seasons florals too girly, or if you’re bored of seeing anchors and hearts everywhere then I think you’ll love this trend. Graphic, Abstract and Geometric prints are a fun and vibrant alternative- and very Summery!

Shapes, paint splashes, tribal prints, paisley prints- the bolder the print and colour, the better.

This trend has been seen on many celebrities such as Cheryl Cole, Cat Deeley and of course Rihanna- have you not seen her ‘Rudeboy‘ video!?

Come on Rudeboy Boy: Rihanna and her Zebra working the Geometric trend

Okay so maybe Rihanna’s looks in her video might be a little “too much” to copy- unless you’re really brave and can pull it off, then go for it! I much prefer how Cat Deeley works this trend in her colourful Marks & Spencer geometric print dress, showing that this trend works in the daytime as well as night.

Cat Deeley's M&S Geometric print dress

This is one trend that we can see being big this Summer especially come festival season. With so many graphic prints available in the high street, we’ve picked out some of our favourites. This trend works well on dresses but I’m loving the Giles Deacon paint splash skirt!

Graphic Pleat Dress @ Topshop £45.00

Giles Deacon Paint Splash Skirt @ New Look £30.00

Olivia Rubin One Shouldered Silk Dress @ £100.00

Hollywood Shift Dress @ £48.99

Aztect Print Dress @ Next £40.00

Geo Print Long Line Vest @ River Island £14.99

Fizzy Abstract Print Top @ Matalan £16.00

Tribal Print Tee @ ASOS £18.00

Cadence Zebra Print Dress @ £20.00

Multi Printed T-Shirt Dress @ Oasis £40.00

Are you a fan of Graphic Prints? Do you think it will be a big Summer trend?

Images courtesy of Def Jam Records and


One Response to “SS10 Trend: Graphic Prints”

  1. S April 4, 2010 at 11:44 pm #

    I like graphic prints, but I guess you have to be careful that it doesn’t look too cheap or tacky. I’ve never shied away from patterns, so I’ll be embracing this trend!


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