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Fashionista NOW: Aztec Outerwear Fashion Inspiration

Aztec print outerwear is having a moment in fashion. Whether it’s a jacket, cardigan, knit throwover or a cold weather coat, aztec print in black and white are decorating them all and fashionistas are pretty obsessed with it.

At first sight, aztec cardigan, the kind with a cascading waterfall effect on the front hem does pull you in. The black and white geometric mix of wearable pattern scream versatility and is not intimidating to wear when compared to ‘busier’ print styling like leopard and floral.

This sudden spotlight thrown on the monochromatic aztec outerwear trend can be a blessing and a curse. After seeing it on a bunch of style and fashion bloggers online, I’ve grown a little tired of it, to be honest. Seeing it once in a while is fine but after a bombardment of the aztec outerwear looks in a short period of time is not helping at all.

It can be said the same for all trends but hey, I’m only selectively on the fence about this one! Don’t know why. Anyway, if you’re a fan of anything aztec and would like to add another piece of it in your wardrobe, perhaps an outerwear in the print would be right up your alley.

Scroll on for a quick inspiration from the lookbooks below:

aztec jacket – New Look

aztec cardigan – Wholesale7

thrifted aztec print cardigan

aztec sweater – Lucky Brand

aztec jacket – Zara

aztec cardigan – Chicwish

So, what do you think? Is the aztec outerwear fashion trend your cup of tea? Share below!

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