Bohemian prairie dresses? Seen ‘em. Scarf prints? Snooze. But put the two together, and the result is a reinvigorated and refreshed new trend – the scarf-printed dress. The biggest proponent of the trend was indubitably Richard Quinn, who dedicated his A/W ‘18 collection to the Queen of England and her penchant for the staid silk kerchief. Blowing up and collaging paisley pattern and regal florals onto bombastic handkerchief hem dresses, Quinn’s autumnal show went one step further with the attendance of Queen Elizabeth herself at the show during LFW.
Seen elsewhere at Toga, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Jacquemus, the patchwork scarf print dress was embraced with purposefully clashing layers and elaborate asymmetric hemlines.
When it comes down to it, the scarf-printed dress is, simply put, just plain pretty. Laid-back with a bohemian air, yet polished and incredibly intriguing; it’s the perfect vacation gear and everyday outfit wrapped up in one. If you are, like us, officially convinced on the trend, check out the top 10 picks we’re currently eyeing ahead.