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Eyes in Fashion: How Style Bloggers Wear Anything With Eye Prints

Eyes in Fashion: How Style Bloggers Wear Anything With Eye Prints

This is a lookbook post to show how bloggers wear the eye print trend.

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Eye prints and motifs are part of the quirky fashion trend that has been in and out of the fashion scene for many many years. Eyes in clothing and accessories are definitely not a new thing as they’re prevalent in the iconic evil eye jewelry niche.

There is an unexpectedness when one gazes at a piece of clothing with eye prints and this adds to the novel appeal of such a motif. Eyes staring at you with lashes flaring up act as a symbol of an entity looking back at you and that can in a way cause the onlooker to pause and perhaps, look within.

With all the masked faces we’re familiar with in the public sphere right now including our own, it can feel like we’re all walking eyeballs. And eyes, well, they are indeed the windows to peer into the soul, as we’ve read/heard so many times before. With more than half of our faces cloaked, it can feel like some parts of our personality is allowed to be private. As an introvert, it curiously gives me a feeling of freedom even though I’d whined about the mask being a nuisance at first. Now that it’s become second nature, I kind of like the veil of anonymity a masked face provides as the lower part of my face is now able to relax and not have to put on airs while out in public.

That said, it made me think about eye prints worn in terms of a fashion choice and this post curates all the cool eye print looks worn by bloggers

Find them all below and enjoy! One of them is mine – see if you can spot it!

Eye prints in fashion: How bloggers wear them ...

What do you think of these eye print-themed looks? Which one’s your favorite? How do you usually style your eye prints? Drop your thoughts down below – We love hearing from you!

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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