The most iconic print from the 70s is a trend again in 2021
The paisley , stamping mystical reasons that defined a generation in the 70s , is back. From Mango to Zara , to Chloé, Etro and Zimmermann , all are betting in unison on paisley – also known as cashmere – this season, being printed on the most special dresses , shirts and tops of the fall.
This bohemian character print that returns from time to time to our lives is back this season. The paisley does not have the timelessness of stripes or pictures , but a retro spirit that makes him the favorite print lovers of boho style. It was in the 70s when contact with non-Western cultures led to the appearance of this print, which soon became the epitome of the cultural fusion that defined the aesthetics of the decade. In the fall of 2021, paisley will continue to print character on dresses , tops and pants of exotic essence and 70’s spirit.Although the key to making this nostalgic motif a current print is, precisely, to decontextualize it. Wear it with men’s-inspired garments , with ripped jeans , with knit pieces … to strip it of that boho character and update your style. But take it.
The one that was the stamp of personalities of the world of music of the stature of David Bowie, Janis Joplin or Mick Jagger is part of the DNA of fashion houses like Etro or Zimmermann , however, its charisma sprinkles from time to time unexpected signatures like JW Anderson . On the street, he returns from time to time to the collections of stores such as Zara or Mango, which have among their ranks the leading garments with this print but also on accessories , the ideal option for those who plan to introduce it into their outfits through brushstrokes .
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The pants prints are one of the best positioned trends of the season. From the animal print to the floral print and, of course, the paisley , they impregnate one of the basic pieces of the feminine wardrobe to refresh them and give them a renewed air . Mango proposes loose and flowing trousers, cropped cut – and that almost look like a skirt – to combine with special tops now that it is still hot and with basic sweaters when the temperatures drop.