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Fashionista NOW: Eerie But Quirky Fashion Trend ~ Eye Prints

I spy with my little eye something with eyes but it’s not alive. It’s the trend of the season and eye prints shall be seen on clothing from that slouchy shirts to your twirly skirts.

Kenzo Takada, a Japanese fashion designer has unleashed the power of the all-seeing eye through the presence of the eye motif in his recent AW13 collection. StyleCaster tweeted that this season’s eye print shall rival the wild tiger print of last year.

At a glance, eye prints on clothing may appear a tad creepy and better suited for Halloween but worry not, they’ll grow on you – well, NOT literally as that’ll be too eerie for words.

Ultimately, the eye symbolizes what’s unique to the one perceiving it. You can view it negatively, call it a malicious symbol of Illuminati’s mind control or a purely destructive curse-slinging evil witch sign, that’s your prerogative.

But why stop at the dark end of the spectrum?

The eye is also associated positively as a symbol of enlightenment and clairvoyance. Fashion wise, the eye prints this season aren’t just spooky dark but they come in cheerful vibrant colors and quirky in designs as well.

Let your eyes feast upon these eye-themed looks:

evil eye dress – Nasty Gal

eye print blouse – Primark

DIY eye print dress

eye print t-shirt – Unif | eyeball hair clip – Kreepsville 666

eye print tote bag – Monki

eye print leggings – Lovelysally

eye print tights – Choies

What do you think? Eyes are in or out? To the comments, with your precious opinions.

“Your eyes will always be closer to your soul than to any other part of your body except the heart.” – Sorin Cerin

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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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