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MFW FALL 2012: PRINTS
17 Feb

MFW FALL 2012: PRINTS

MFW FALL 2012: PRINTS

When you think of the fall, warm colors, such as, reds, oranges and greens come to mind. Add a little excitement to fall colors by wearing bold prints. Prints are a definite transition from summer to fall. Let’s take a peek at a few prints spotted to be fall 2012 trends.
We’re used to seeing African prints in the more traditional costumes but now African prints have made an explosive entrance in the fashion industry.

Wambui Mukenyi
Photo courtesy of fashionbeautysight.com

Bold exotic African prints are now steering away from the more traditional look to give you a more high fashion experience. Fashion designer, Oswald Boateng was recently spotted on the fall 2012 runway. Peep the evolution from tradition to high fashion.

Photos courtesy of yeyeolade.blogspot.com and mybennucafe.com

Aztec prints are also transitioning into the fall. Designers Mary Katrantzou and Alison Chomer use Aztek fabrics along sharp lines and shapes to create daring fall looks.

From left to right: Mary Katrantzou, Allison Chomer
Photos courtesy of fashiongonerougue.com

Head to toe prints nbso online casino reviews are a bit risky but have proven to be a hot look for the fall. There are tons of ways to wear floral prints. You can wear elegant miniature floral prints or large vivid floral prints. You can wear bright colors or soft colors. You can mix and match floral prints or wear them as accessories.

From left to right: Versace, Diane von Furtenberg, DKNY, Suno, Erdem
Photos courtesy of nickverrreos.blogspot.com and fashionologie.com

Zebra prints, leopard, snake and cheetah. You name it, you can wear it. Exotic handbags, belts, hats and shoes are great accessories to compliment your look.

Roberto Cavalli
Photos courtesy of vogue.com

Show us how you wear your prints! Email us at info@midwestfashionweek.com

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