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The Most Flattering Print + How to Wear It

July 10, 2018

The Most Flattering Print + How to Wear It

"The Kusama Dot is, hands-down, my favorite print from all the collections. It has that super artistic, edgy, creative vibe, but is done in a way that still makes it a very wearable, everyday look. It is one of those prints that you can't be afraid of—you have to just dive in and rock it! No rules in fashion!"   —LORNA

The Gabi skirt and Cleo top is a fab look on its own, but Lorna levels up by piling on the print, adding the Marlene trench coat and bold accessories like the Boa necklace, Neuf Cuff, and Frenze handbag.

"I love the Kusama Dot simply because the print, on my Carli Jacket, takes a simple ensemble to the next level."  —MONICA

By cinching it with a statement belt and pairing it with booties, Monica turns her Carli coat into a sleek dress (with pockets!). For a similar belt, try the Avenger.

"Kusama dot is bold but still wearable, and I love that it can transition from season to season and is universally flattering. There are so many ways to wear the Caress 2 wrap and it can significantly change up your look—in the print it is such a unique piece, good for all skin tones, all body types, and all seasons."  —DEANNA

Deanna wears the Caress 2 three ways with the Catia top and Halfmoon earrings—as a wrap, open shawl, and belted with the Horizontal belt—the perfect versatile summer layer. 

"I think Kusama Dot is really perfect for summer because, while it's a geometric print, the scale, pattern, and neutral colors almost read as a black-and-white floral—it's so unique in that way, and it gives a completely different vibe than most prints you see this season."  —ELSA

Elsa keeps things low-key by pairing the Mirella top with the minimalist denim Catinca skirt and statement Bridge bracelet. She even does a little pattern-mixing with her heels—a creative way to elevate a casual look.




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