Gorman-Retail Offers, 9th August 2012

GormanPrints Please

Go all out or err on the side of caution-Gorman’s delightful prints will liven up any girls wardrobe.

For many years now, fashion houses have indulged in styles erring on the side of caution.  Futuristic visions, unusual structures & shapes, and other such weird and wonderful garments are no longer too crazy for the catwalk but celebrated for their unique appeal.

One trend which once may have caused looks of panic and confusion is now wholly embraced-pattern. Bold hues and whacky prints have emerged triumphant against the classic minimalism so prominent in the 90’s and early noughties.

One label who has welcomed the style and championed it with fervour, is Gorman, whose quirky cool stylings have enraptured Australians for some time now. So how can you incorporate these looks without completely losing it.

Firstly, should you choose to clash your prints, be brave!  Florals can look fab with stripes and polkadots can party with swirls.  A rule of thumb is to keep a semblance of friendly tones (think blues and pinks, autumnals etc.) and feel, remember nearly everything works with monochrome.

For those who love a print but aren’t so keen to embrace the clash, take it a little slower.  Grab a strong block colour and pair it with spots-I’m thinking a hot pink tee with black and white polka dot pants.

If this too scares the bejesus out of you there is a safer route that will still ensure your stylings are successful-accessories.  We’re crushing on the Gorman Triple Triangle Necklace necklace-perfect with any LBD and killer heels.

Gorman-Retail Offers, 9th August 2012


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