Prints we’re FALLing for
It’s easy to convolute our fall wardrobe essentials with layering pieces like dark neutrals and solid colors. This year however, let's think outside the box and bring prints in to the mix. In general, patterns and prints usual make the best figure flattering dresses while also adding diversity to your wardrobe. They can also be used to create a unique signature style, especially when layering in the cooler months. Take a look at some of our favorites prints and why we love them!
Abstract Autumn Prints
In need of something unique and intriguing? Put down the usual prints and patterns to pick up an abstract print dress.
Our CA designers are experts at creating new, unparalleled prints that stand out from any other brand. Take our new Lisa 2.0 for instance, our fan favorite now it comes in a floral whimsical print dress, reminiscent of a sultry smokey swirl. This Liz on the other hand has a vintage-like baroque print. This plum bodycon dress has the same detail similar to the an ornate frame of 17th century.
Plenty of plaid
Plaids are a common print for the cooler seasons but many do not know that come in a variety of styles like houndstooth, gingham, and tattersall.
Our Noreen is a three quarter sleeve tartan plaid dress that features the shades of grey and a pop red with the print. The Nora on the other hand will brighten up you wardrobe with a beautiful burst of teal on the grey window pane print dress.
Chevron is the zig zag print we commonly see on military badges, home decor and even on clothing such as our Stevie dresses.
The Stevie dress is a knee length cocktail dresses with an “Old Hollywood Glamour” aesthetic thanks its modest, effortless appeal. Some of them feature a sparkling chevron print sequin bodice and split chiffon sleeves. The new aubergine Stevie dress meshes perfectly with our Fall collection which is full of jewel toned dresses, it is also available to taupe for a limited time on final sale. (see below)