One of summer's a great number of playful trends—Hawaiian Print—has been amped up with a new twist for summer season: subtlety. Spotted on a slew towards runways, including michael kor, Suno, Marc Jacobs, and Marni, vintage and often-kitschy pattern was re-imagined in abrupt fabrics and subdued hues. "Hawaiian, tropical florals have become the most prominent articles this season, " says Dana Avidan-Cohn, InStyle senior market editor/digital writer. "On the runway, they were during these larger prints that read as a graphical and in a more subtle color palette. "
To get you started, Avidan-Cohn names her precious ways to wear the trend, including splattered across a high-waisted skirt or above pastel-hued pair of denim jeans. "A high-waisted Hawaiian print skirt is a very abrupt piece for evening, " Avidan-Cohn advises. "I think you'd is surprised at how dressy a articles like this can feel. "
The required silhouette and simple accessories are factor to successfully getting the fresh Hawaiian , the burkha without looking like you came straight from the beach destinations, but don't be afraid to keep things players this season. "It feels very approachable and its not an overwhelming print, " she says. Watch the video above to read more info of Avidan-Cohn's styling tips and go to 20th. instyle. com to shop out of the trend, from palm-print canvas slip-on sneakers ($385; net-a-porter. com) to a printed floral tube dress ($50; zara. com).
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