Print and pattern in our surroundings.
Ivana in Moooi wears this optical geometric print with a contrasting sleeve and neckline pattern. The cheeky Breton stripe T peeks out as she is stood on this planisphere carpet backlit by Moooi Lighting, all being so stylish. However the guy behind with a bunch of grapes needs to cheer up a bit….maybe she has dumped him!
Nistha brought spring into the Benuga deli in our tapestry print from Darling. I wish I had captured Nistha’s shoes too which coordinated so perfectly with the ensemble.
Vicki had the perfect mixing of dark based florals which is so on trend. This is an great example of the understated boho chic, balanced and so feminine.
This is the blooming Faye outside the Mosh nightclub in Leicester with her hand proudly on her bump. The dark ground spaced floral with the mixing and layering of print and embroidery topped with the sassy hat caught our eye from across the street.
This week we are posting some pictures of prints from Sublitex that we have spotted on the street. It is always interesting to see how people wear them
Snapped on Great Portland Street Nikita from North London, who loves prints, follows the trend to mix up contrast prints and colour.
This is Jutta; another hipster mixing prints from Alexander Henry “Beautiful Space Girls” with our famous Cartoon print.
Young Ella looks ravishing in our painterly floral and now available in black in New Look.
Cool wrapped round plaits and a bomber, let us call her Helga!
Again those funky prints just keep on going as a festive favourite. This time our graffiti print.
Sublitex can also do the smart chic as Suzanne proves. She looks stunning in her wedding outfit wearing a panel double border print.