What can we say about 2019, other than this is the year of the most eclectic range of playful prints to date?
Whether it's mixing shadow stripes with understated polka dots, or working some playful ditsy florals into your next dinner date ensemble, we are living for this 'power clashing' and flashes of colour.
What's trending this winter -
With their organic forms and striking colour palettes, leopard spots have their way with exemplifying the silhouette and showcase the best of you.
Beloved prints and finishes on our favourite handbags and shoes are now appearing on daily essentials from tops, dresses to pants. There's a notion of timelessness associated to snakeskin's subtle geometric gradients and tones, alluding this print will remain forever sexy and fun.
From chic flicks to our favourite flannel shirts, the traditional Tartan plaid is the kind of pattern that inspires nostalgia for everyone. Tartan is a versatile staple that suits everyone, with a variety of palettes appropriate for your weekend-ready edits to complementing your daily workwear rotation.
The classic polka dot print is an understated patterned designed to pair well with... anything you own. From the teeny tiny to the oversized, monochromatic to the eye-catching, your daily rotation of polka dot printed garments will have your back from day to night.
Stripes (vertical, horizontal and diagonal)
Baby stripes, vertical stripes, pinstripes, shadow stripes, chevron stripes and shirting stripes galore. Their fun, vibrant and forever contrasting and will provide the perfect element of texture and colour to balance a marle jersey top or a colour-blocked bottom.
Soft-toned ditsy florals
This year has done a complete 180. Instead of the vibrantly tropical and loud prints adorning the bikinis of yesteryear, timeless and forever feminine ditsy floral prints have graced their presence on our favourite essential tops, skirts and blouses. The softer the palette and more delicate-looking the print, the better to suit the cooler months while keeping the warmth and embodiment of spring alive even in winter.