Seven 'It' Prints That Are Hot This Season
Love pretty prints? Shop spring's hero patterns for less
1. Vibrant Florals
Every wardrobe has its dose of florals already inside it but this season's are slightly different to the cute, ditsy patterns of autumn. Vines and blooms are laced with super-bright colours and neon detailing to give the print a serious pop. From electric blue to hot pink, bag a bright flowering buy pronto.
2. Tribal Tapestry
Bursting with zig-zags and tribal tapestries, there's no escaping the wonder of this print. And why would you want to? The African-inspired pattern has a structured finish meaning even the cheapest of pieces feel and look seriously expensive. Plus it can't help but make you smile. An absolute holiday must-have.
3. Abstract Art
If you love vivid hues, the abstract art print should be at the top of your 'to buy' list. Packed with super-sized splashes of primary colours, hot pieces like Zara's artistic shift dress will brighten up your closet in one fell swoop. What's more, you only have to wear simple accessories with the peppy pattern as the colours totally speak for themselves.
4. Tropical Fruit
Inject a taste of the exotic into your wardrobe with some tropical patterns. From pencil drawn pineapples to digital orange segments, the juicy fruits are the feel good prints everyone will be rocking when the sun comes out.
5. Watercolour Whirls
Washed out paints swirled over light and bright fabrics make for one pretty pattern, shown here on Zara's spring camisole dress. Both delicate and girly but edgy enough to qualify as a cool, the new print on the block is certainly enchanting.
6. Pretty Palms
This print takes us back to the exotic shores once again, using tropical trees as a basis for its motifs. We've seen it on silky camis, statement trousers and even bold biker jackets - it's one you won't be able to miss (and resist)!
7. Paisley Mania
A classic pattern with Kate Moss' seal of approval? Yup, paisley prints are a favourite with the stylish super – and now us. The retro design throws back to rustic India but the original swirls have now been reworked for the high street. We love this pair from Mossy's Topshop collection.