When a trend gets the royal seal of approval, you’ve got to sit up and take notice, right? One trend to have scored that this Autumn Winter 18-19 is scarf print!
With her Majesty Queen Elizabeth in attendance at Designer Richard Quinn’s Scarf-heavy Fashion show, it was evident that this trend has truly arrived in royal style.
The Scarf Trend is also known as Baroque
This trend is the resurrection of the 80’s and early 90’s silks scarfs that had chains and Grecian motifs of them. With modern interpretations, designers have used silhouettes that are modern, edgy and over-the-top with the usage of layers, patchworks and an oversized jumble of numerous outfits.
Bold & bombastic
Scarf print exudes luxury and style in the truest of sense. From Salvatore Ferragamo to Toga & the master brand of scarf print – Versace, designers have gone all out with this trend in silk, layers and embellishments!
Inspired by the Macro Trend ‘Madame’
This front page trend is not only ruling the runways and fashion catalogues but has become a go-to fashion staple for celebs and fashionistas all over the globe! After all, this return of maximalism has been brewing for a while now, hasn’t it?
Pop of colour
Bringing in the much-needed dose of colour to the runways, scarf print is fashion connoisseur’s ode to the British monarch’s romance with the silk scarfs. So, for maximum style points, get set and layer up, from scarfs on turtlenecks to clash of prints and pile-ons.
All About the Scarf Trend