Striking the perfect balance between sleek and stylish has never been easier. Whether its shouty print-splatted skirts and shirts or pared-back patterns, here’s our list of prints that pop and the most modern ways to wear them.
Blurring the lines
The classic stripe is an essential for any contemporary wardrobe, especially vertical stripes that elongate the figure. The truth is stripes are a staple so it’s key to reinvent them in interesting ways. From skirts and shirts and matching sets, Jet has you reaching for the boldest and bravest stripes of the season, and Jet Men keep it strong and masculine in streamlined stripes mixed with simple styles that can be stacked together with ease.
Checks and balances
The timeless check has sophisticated credentials and paired with the right pieces shows off your fashionista flair. Whether you’re doubling down or letting pieces make a statement on their own, this trend inspires confident dressing from work to weekend.
As the temperatures drop, it’s time to rethink the classic look with double checks. A great checked skirt-suit is both sassy and sexy – dress it down with a classic white tee, stockings and some snazzy sneakers.
For the guys, the on-trend twist is to wear a looser-fitting striped shirt in a casual way – try it partially untucked with relaxed trousers and boots.
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Believe it or not, animal print is here to stay. As timeless as it is trendy, leopard print leaps into the spotlight this season. It has trans-seasonal appeal so it’s a good investment item and the bonus is it looks great when paired with just about anything. Try working it on the weekend with a dazzle of denim, or simply throw on a jacket for a workwear look that takes on a more sophisticated feel.
This doesn’t mean you should dress in a head-to-toe print party through winter, however. We recommend having fun, breaking up your prints and patterns by incorporating some toned-down basics and keeping it in the same colour family. This keeps your closet looking chic and not so season-specific.