TREND ALERT: BOLD PRINTS

With all of the amazing color trends Spring has to offer, bold prints are a new and vibrant way to add even more fun into your wardrobe! From Burberry Prorsum to Proenza Schouler, designers presented a number of beautiful bold prints in their Spring/Summer 2012 runway collections. If you want to follow this trend, birds, flowers and graphic designs are prints you should look for when incorporating this trend into your wardrobe!
                     Here are a few bold print Jovani styles that you can wear this Spring!

GRAPHIC PRINTS

Bold and Graphic

(Left) Oscar De La Renta Spring 2012
(Middle) Multi-colored neon one sleeved cocktail dress with chain details. Jovani style 30024
(Right) Multi-colored one sleeved cocktail dress. Jovani style B7131313

Beautiful bold prints were presented best in the Spring/Summer 2012 collection of Oscar De La Renta. Bold and graphic prints are a classy way to incorporate this trend into your look. Depending on the design and color, these prints are the most stylish way to stay in style without over doing it. The graphics of these bold prints are eye catching and very interesting when creating a specific look. These Jovani dresses both have very distinctive prints and are perfect for a night on the town! This Spring, being bright bold and vibrant is the way to go!

BUTTERFLY PRINTS

Birds and Butterflies

(Left) Carolina Herrera Spring 2012
(Middle) Strapless butterfly print mermaid dress. Jovani style 9767
(Right) Butterfly print gown with high slit and cut-out details. Jovani style 862


Beautiful bird prints were seen all over Spring/Summer 2012 collections of designers such as Marc Jacobs and Carolina Herrera, Jovani Fashions used butterflies in this trend instead! Ditch those basic zebra, leopard, and snakeskin print pieces and try something new! When wearing any type of animal print, you automatically give off a safari, tropical, or wildlife look, which makes this print trend of bird and butterflies a great contrast to a softer, feminine and girly approach to this traditional trend of animal prints.


FLORAL PRINTS

Flower Power

(Left) Peter Som Spring 2012
(Middle) Pink strapless floral maxi dress with beaded bust. Jovani style 3099

(Right) Strapless multi-colored floral print mermaid dress. Jovani style 4257


Floral prints are the epitome of Spring and Peter Som fabulously presented this in his Spring 2012 collection! Not only do flowers represent Spring, they represent femininity. Want to be fun and flirty? Wear floral prints! It is the best way to pull that off! These beautiful Jovani dresses have a classic silhouette and trendy print, so they make amazing
party dresses for the Spring and Summer!

Jovani style 3817

For many, prints are young, for most prints are fun, but all should consider incorporating some type of print into their wardrobe this Spring! Whether it’s a scarf, dress or shoe, bold prints add a certain type of style to your look. The fun part about the bold prints of these Jovani dresses are that, accessorizing is no major task. Simply wear long, stud, or hoop earrings with a great cuff and you’re set!

When it comes to shoes and a handbag, you can either be safe and pair your look with neutral colors like white, grey, black or beige, or be fun and choose a shoe and handbag that matches a color in your dress! You can even dress it up by pairing your look with metallic colors like silver or gold.

If being fun is the route you decide to take, it would be best to choose a color that is the least prominent in your dress, which will complement the dress to its full potential.

                   Try something new next season! Go wild with bold prints and make a statement!


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