Adding Color To Your Wardrobe
After so much time spent in sweatpants, it's time to take your fashion game to the next level. Our favorite trend this Summer has been maximalist prints. Whether it's psychedelic swirls, fruit patterns, or clashing bright prints, we can't get enough. These patterns are so on-trend brands are making dresses, pants, tops, and more. If you aren't afraid to add some color to your outfits this trend is for you. A ton of indie brands are producing these items sustainably which is a major plus. Our favorite place to shop maximalist prints is Lisa Says Gah, their large collection is constantly being updated and is filled with all the fun prints you could imagine in tons of styles. Here are our current favorite takes on this trend.
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Here are some of our favorite feel-good prints. Fashion is supposed to be fun and this maximalist trend is the definition of having fun with your style. Whether that's fruit-printed tops or psychedelic swirls there's a pattern for you here.
Dresses + Skirts
For when you want to go out and aren't feeling the usual black dress. These dresses are so fun and a total statement. These bright patterns are a great form of self-expression and creativity through clothing. These dresses can be easily paired with your favorite shoes and handbag then you're ready to go.
Printed Pants + Shorts
The perfect pair of printed pants and shorts are essential in the Summertime. Our favorite way to style printed pants is with a classic white crop top, sneakers, or dad sandals. Our personal favorite pair of pants are the Hosbjerg Vilma Liquid Pants our go-to this Summer. Style them with our favorite sustainable Veja + NET SUSTAIN V-10 leather sneakers.
Lastly our favorite maximalist accessories we have been wearing all Summer long. If you don't want to get too crazy with the colors in your outfit, playing around with the colors in your accessories can be the perfect way to get started with color experimentation. From handbags to claw clips, this list has it all.