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TREND ALERT | WELCOME THE SCARF PRINT TREND THE CELEBRITY WAY

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From PeeCee to Kylie Jenner, scarf print is having a moment in fashion

The scarf prints have arrived just-in-time to scurry away the gloominess of the season – they are bright, artistic, and simply ‘happy’ prints. If you’re wondering of what 'scarf-print' exactly means then surprisingly (or not), this silky, drape-y fashion has existed as long as the patchwork and you might have only considered it for your humble scarves. But, not anymore! Given the wide variety from botanical prints to multichain to paisley and brilliant tailoring ranging from dresses to pantsuits to bodysuits, you cannot run out of options with these anytime soon. Despite being quite a quirky take on Fall’s otherwise intense trends, it has successfully made its way in celebrities' wardrobe too. If overrated leathers and black on black outfits can’t suffice your high-spirited sartorial hunger then you've landed in the right place - scarf-print is your 'new' thing!

Have a glimpse of how these four celebs wore the trend and get ready to elope into the world of eccentric prints!

Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra who is known to be the queen of experimentation (be it career or fashion), beautifully metamorphosed the trend when she wore a scarf-print dress in subtle hues of green, yellow and blue coupled with lace and sheer detailing. The thigh-high slit with lace overlap, plunging neckline, and butterfly print corset made her look ethereal as ever. 

Photo credit: Elle

Kylie Jenner

The cult-followed self-made billionaire wore Versace's signature baroque print co-ords on her 22nd birthday vacation. Not to overlook, the way she balanced the brights with the gold-tone accessories and makeup. A special mention to the cute little barrette. There’s no taking back from the sculpting fit of the co-ord set that gracefully highlighted Kylie’s envy-worthy curves. 

Photo credit: Kylie Jenner

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift spilled enough of the scarf-print inspiration on the stage of Teen Choice Awards by donning a vibrant hibiscus printed blazer and romper by Versace. The infusion of rainbow colours was just perfect to set forward the maximalism vibe of the outfit. The ‘Love story’ singer teamed it up with a pair of neon heels, neutral makeup, and half updo which added the right amount of playfulness to Versace’s technicolour glamour. 

Photo credit: Footwear News

Sonam Kapoor

When we’re talking anything ‘fashion’, the fashion sweetheart of Bollywood had to make it to the list. Sonam is always ahead of trends and she proves it again by gracing a blazer and culottes co-ord by Anamika Khanna. The outfit boosts of very meticulously imprinted ethnic pictorials with an urban take on silhouette and paired along with thigh-high black corduroy boots and silver jewels Sonam indeed looked like a dream in technicolour. What do you think?

Photo credit: Sonam Kapoor Ahuja 

Keeping a close eye at New York Fashion Week, it is safe to say that the beauty of scarf-print is not only ruling the fashion charts for Fall but will grip its place comes the Spring too. To help you stay on-trend, here’s the list of Iflauntme’s favourite must-buys. 

Moschino’s Greek God Print Skinny Jeans

Greek Gods print skinny jeans
MOSCHINO
Greek Gods print skinny jeans
INR 30,706
AT farfetch
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Versace’s Baroque-print silk-twill trousers

Baroque-print silk-twill trousers
VERSACE
Baroque-print silk-twill trousers
INR 44,391
AT farfetch
Buy Now

Rhode’s Aspen scarf-print dress

Aspen scarf-print dress
RHODE
Aspen scarf-print dress
INR 27,703
AT matchesfashion.com
Buy Now

Nili Lotan’s Print Silk Slip dress

Print Silk Slipdress
nili lotan
Print Silk Slipdress
INR 27,703
AT nordstrom
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Versace’s Baroque Print Jumpsuit

Baroque print jumpsuit
VERSACE JEANS COUTURE
Baroque print jumpsuit
INR 42,477
AT farfetch
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Salvatore Ferragamo’s Print Shirt

printed shirt
SALVATORE FERRAGAMO
printed shirt
INR 56,881
AT farfetch
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