We’ll See This Print Trends Everywhere This Winter 2022

We’ll See This Print Trends Everywhere This Winter 2022

10.11.2021 Off By manager_1

There are no shades to our neutrals. But prints are all that we can think of lately. Sometimes you just want to blend in, keep it subtle and be invisible, but sometimes it’s OK to be the focal point of attention. Insiders prefer to stand out. Grab one of the striking prints this season.

This season’s runways did not include the well-known assortment of prints that we are used to. It was a mix of graphics and patterns, from the bizarre (see zebras and logos) to more subtle takes. Everything felt fresh and exciting. We have a lot to cover so let’s just relax and enjoy the run-through of the top print trends that will be everywhere this winter.

Zebra Print

Designers and tastemakers love the fall and winter seasons. Zebra prints were a major trend this season. They appeared at Bottega Veneta, Michael Kors and other fashion shows. You can be certain that it will soon trickle down to more affordable brands.

This trend was first noticed earlier in the summer. It seems that interest has increased ahead of winter. This is the type of pattern that will be included in starter packs for fashionistas who are drawn to unconventional styles and indie labels. Ottolinger’s printed tights sell out every year, and no matter what artscape piece, you’ll always be the exhibit.

Our editors’ choice:

  • Zara Printed Straight Leg Jeans ($50)
  • Staud Wally Boots ($595)
  • Superdown Allie Zebra Knit Dress ($66)

Polka-Dot Prints

A classic print is our favorite, and the polka dots fits that bill perfectly. The most well-known of the group, polka dots are making a comeback this season in Balenciaga and Christopher John Rogers collections. This print can be reinterpreted in vibrant colors like pink and black, or even a rainbow.

Our editors’ choice:

  • Réalisation The Claudia Dress ($260)
  • De La Vali Bandana Ruffled Polka-Dot Organic Cotton Bustier Top ($350)
  • Sea Arline Polka Dot Top ($365)

Geometric prints with groovy designs

Retro floral prints, a la Emilio Pucci, were very much in fashion this summer. It’s therefore fitting that the next phase for throwback prints features an ode of the vintage era. It’s geometric prints of great proportions, tiny polygons and quadrilaterals in concise, busy arrangements. This flamboyant pattern will draw your attention. This kind of print was first seen at Saint Laurent, Versace, and now brands Zara and Mango are also doing it.

Our editors’ choice:

  • Mango Printed Pleated Skirt ($80)
  • Versace Embroidered Metallic Jacquard-Knit Tank ($775)
  • Le Superbe Avril Ponti Vest ($295)
  • Zara Geometric Print Shirt ($46)

Grandma Florals

There will be a floral print in the mix. For winter, it is grandma flowers. ACNE Studios’ full-length coat is sold out all over the world, so if you aren’t sure what makes it unique, take a look at ACNE Studios website. You might see tiny floral arrangements on the walls at your grandma’s house. Although it may sound strange in theory, it is actually very cool and enjoyable in practice.

Our editors’ choice:

  • ACNE Studios Floral-Print Hammered-Satin Shirt ($510)
  • Zara Floral Midi Dress ($70)
  • Horror Vacui Lisi Floral-Print Cotton-Corduroy Midi Dress ($679)

Logos that Liven Up

This was inevitable. We’ve seen a renewed interest IRL in logo pieces since Gucci and Balenciaga crossed-pollinated in a visual feast presentation earlier in the year. You won’t be surprised to see the collection (or Chanel’s 80-inspired logo pieces!) in your feed now that it’s finally available in stores. This collection is for you if you like the quirky side of fashion.

Our editors’ choice:

  • Mango Knitted Top With Geometric Print ($40)
  • We11Done Green Logo Jeans ($425)
  • Nanushka Hanny Cutout Printed Recycled Mesh-Jersey Turtleneck Top ($210)

Grayscale Prints

The miscellaneous group of black-and white abstract prints rounds out the top graphics. These prints range from distorted gingham prints to squiggly prints but all emphasize the importance of using black and white. Thebe Magugu, Vaquera and Prada all used some version of this pattern in their winter collections. We’re eager to see how the street interprets it.

Our editors’ choice:

  • Maximilian High-Neck Logo-Print Jersey Top ($256)
  • Paloma Wool Comedia Knit Top ($179)
  • Mango Stripes Printed Trousers ($60)