Acid Chic: The Must-Have Print Trend
Our tendency toward recycling trends from the past lives on with psychedelic prints and old school screen printed pieces just the latest on the ever evolving list of trends to make a resurgence.
The comeback of the barely-there mesh top has been hard to miss, with our Instagram feeds filled with everyone from Emma Chamberlain to Grece Ghanem embracing the sexy silhouette.
But while the mesh trend has confirmed its place in our wardrobe for the foreseeable future, the graphic print we’ve come to associate with it has expanded and evolved to be its own stand-alone trend.
We’ve discussed our newfound love of dopamine dressing and utilising more colour in our wardrobe, but this latest trend takes it to the next level. These whirly designs celebrate colour by mixing hues to create abstract pieces of wearable art.
The acid chic look is dominating, and the market is well and truly flooded with graphic, bold, out of this world prints, so you’re seriously spoiled for choice.
Like any good trend, this organic, screen-printed-esque look is universally applicable to any style and can be scaled up or down depending on how you choose to wear it.
If you prefer a sprinkling of the trend, Lioness‘ La Mer mesh top in blue midnight is the way to go.
The ocean-like print is super dreamy and the perfect addition to your Spring, Summer capsule wardrobe as a layering piece or on its own.
For those of us looking to tackle the trend head own, Dries Van Noten x Len Lye’s Purple Len Lye Edition Satin Printed Dress is our pick. With a beautiful mix of hues, this dress will have you feeling like a walking piece of art; what more could a girl want?