Spring/summer trends are always linked to florals and tropical prints. That’s something that people like Miranda Priestly would’ve rolled her eyes at—if she were a real person that is.
Runways, however, gave us a fun trend to play with: “tutti frutti.” If you’ve been paying close attention, pieces from Dolce & Gabbana, Altuzarra, and Charlotte Olympia’s S/S ’17 collections were adorned with fruit prints. From pineapple dresses to banana clutches, it’s like high-fashion’s version of the humble fruit cocktail.
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Go and cop your own fruit-printed pieces for your spring/summer wardrobe. We also listed our picks from clothing to accessories.
Plain shirts are great for basics, but feel free to add variety with some prints. This peachy top can be your new go-to for your casual jeans look. Available online.
Forget studs and hoop earrings. Cop these dragonfruit-shaped ones from Mango are the statement pieces you need. Available at Power Plant Mall.
You can never go wrong with comfortable culottes. Matthew Williamson made this staple more vibrant with multi-colored fruit prints. The watercolor design also adds appeal to the pants. Plus, it’s made from silk so you’ll feel luxurious in them. Available at Net-a-Porter.
Take your arm candy game to another level with these Desigual bangles. You can layer them on or wear them individually as each has watermelon and citrus designs. Available at Century City Mall.
Want to stand out at social gatherings? Opt for Alice + Olivia’s bright red bag that’s designed like a watermelon. The “seeds” are made of black crystal embellishments. The bag also has striped green lining to complete the effect. Available online.
Good shoes always add a spring to anyone’s step. Make sure your footwear is equally attractive with a combination of fruits and cats. Charlotte Olympia certainly knows how to meld these two elements together. Available at Net-a-Porter.
Place your shades or reading glasses in this nifty pineapple-designed case. The prints are reminiscent of Dolce & Gabbana’s recent collection, but given a more minimalist touch. Available at SM Makati.
Art by Dorothy Guya