Brands like Gucci and Tory Burch take inspiration from scarf prints this season
With florals, paisley and geometric prints in bright colours, the humble scarf has much to offer when it comes to style. Taking these motifs a notch higher are brands like Dolce & Gabbana and REDValentino with their dresses, skirts and coats inspired from silk scarves.
Danish designer Stine Goya has a way of making relaxed silhouettes feel chic. This Camilla printed satin-twill dress has a loose fit with graphic and floral prints. Pair the peach number with white accessories for a casual lunch date. Rs. 28,183 approximately
Italian fashion house Etro is known for its bright and vivid motifs. Their Jasper paisley and floral-print crepe coat encapsulates the brand’s signature style. Pair it with sleek trousers and heels, we say.
Rs. 1,20,081 approximately
This printed midi skirt by REDValentino is inspired by
bandanas. With an ivory, red and black colour scheme, this silk skirt has a fluid and feminine shape that promises to be flattering. Rs.1,107 approximately
Mix and patch
The printed foulard-patchwork dress by Gucci is made with silk scarves that are stitched together. With a boat neckline, drawstring waist, fluted sleeves and asymmetrical hemline, there is much to love about this number. Rs. 2,33,622 approximately
This Majolica-print silk-blend pencil skirt is from Dolce & Gabbana’s I Love Majolica collection. Taking inspiration from 15th-century Sicilian tiles, the high waist skirt is best worn with a pair of sleek stilettos. Rs. 47,047 approximately
Capturing the magic of Indian summers is this everlasting Udaipur-print silk dress by Camilla.The prints are based on the architecture of the blue city. The deep V-neckline makes it easy-going yet sexy. Rs. 46,603 approximately
Tory Burch’s Clarice printed silk midi skirt is a tribute to the English interior decorator David Hicks. The piece is made with smooth silk and features clashing bright colour-blocked and geometric- patterns. Rs. 51,298 approximately