Trending This Fall: Hand Prints and Hand Appliqués Are Having A Moment

Introducing one more appealing and interesting fashion trend for fall, we are landing on the area of the hand prints and hand appliqués. Speaking about the newest trends that come up with the development and the updated styles and looks from different top popular designers and fashion houses, we can’t but introduce the newest hand prints and hand appliqués used for the vast majority of the pieces coming up every now and then.

Hand Prints and Hand Appliqués

Hand Prints and Hand Appliqués
What’s interesting about these alternatives presented during the show of Carven, for instance, is the obvious resemblance of the Dadaist and surrealist artists’ works. Elsa Schiaparelli seems to be one of the most popular and important people in this respect. The combination of the artistic inspiration with the neo-modern designs lead the designers to come up with some really impressive and unforgettable combinations, which will find their deserved place among other fabulous pieces and fashion trends presented each year. So we may discuss the crossed finger prints of Giles, as well as the interesting and mystical interpretation that’s taken place in Opening Ceremony show.
In order to discover some more design suggestions for this trend, you may also have a look at the uber interesting design interpretations with hands printed all over the garments and creating the impression of a modern and stylish cartoon heroine or a comics book. Accessories like bracelets also appear to be completing the image greatly combined with a cool handbag and a range of other accessories.

Hand Prints and Hand Appliqués
Being more particular it’s all about the hand printed combinations by Carven, featuring some cool handies on a monochrome and shimmery texture having an identical or at least nicely contrasting shades. The wonderful suggestions from Opening Ceremony are also worth mentioning especially if we take into account the lavishly distributed hand prints all over the skirts making quite a great and youthful design especially if adding asymmetrical hems and the colorful and energizing designs. Cross-folded prints are also here coming up with the suggestions from black and white to energizing colorful. The last but not least significant option here is the one suggested by Osman, which also demonstrates how you may style your combos with this creative print.
So here was another report over the most interesting and essential fall 2014 fashion trends you may opt for, hoping that this will be a right source of information for you!

Hand Prints and Hand Appliqués

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