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Fashionista NOW: Geometric Chic Fashion Inspiration

Geometric prints and patterns are usually celebrated during the spring/summer fashion seasons. And it appears that they have extended their appeal even as the seasons’ slipped into a cooler, more moody temperament.

Patterns of repetitive squares, lines, triangles, zig zags and what have yous are pretty ubiquitous on clothing of women (and men) that it’d be unwise to state that they’re making a comeback when these universal patterns are and have been there on the shelves whether they’re under the temporary spotlight of fashion or not.

If you’re a print-loving gal who has got to have some sort of print going on in your outfit, we’d like to recommend that you go for the geometric chic look whereby geometric prints take center stage in your ensemble.

To stay relevant to the fashion spirit of the times, opt for monochromatic black and white prints while keeping the rest of your outfit complementary to the main printed piece.

Scroll on down for a quick inspiration on how to wear geometric prints and look ravishing regardless of season:

geometric skirt – VJ-Style

geometric sweater – SheInside

geometric sweater – Gate

geometric cardigan – Oasap

geometric dress – Karen Millen

black and white geometric dress – Everly

zig zag dress – Karimadon

For a premium designer take on the geometric print trend, New Chic Boutique has the selection below up for grabs:


zig zag print long sleeve dress – Hale Bob


geometric chain link printed shift dress – Tibi


geometric print dress – Milly Of NY

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Well, what do you think? Would you embrace geometry in fashion? Which of these geometric printed looks do you find most appealing? Share below!

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