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Fashionista NOW: Insect-Inspired Bee Prints Fashion Inspiration

Creepy crawlies are lurking in the dark corners of the fashion scene. This season’s abuzz with the insect-inspired bee print trend.

Bee patterns decorating clothing in particularly summer dresses are having a moment. While butterfly prints were winging their presence back in 2009, this year’s flock of bee prints present a different kind of vibe.

Far from the butterfly’s effortless ethereal mysticism, bees in their original and truest forms are quite frankly disturbing especially if one is phobic of insects.

All insects except for medium-sized butterflies and tiny ladybirds get my heart-pumping in a flight-or-flee kind of mode so I am personally horrified by this insect-inspired print trend, just like snake prints.

Fortunately, for those who have an all-inclusive love and fascination for all kinds of insects, it appears that bees are being highlighted at this fashion juncture and if you are looking to expand your insect-inspired wardrobe, bee prints would be a great quirky addition.

For a look at outfits derived from honeybee motif, scroll on down and bee inspired.

skater style quilt dress in bee embroidery – Chicwish | More skater style dress ideas here

retro bee print dress

bee print dress – Sheinside

bee print corset top – FashionArmy

HELLO SUNSHINE

bee print dress – Chicnova

Honey Bee

bee stud earrings – Cwonder | bee cocktail ring – Alkemie Jewelry | bee watch – Olivia Burton | bee canvas bag – Ulster Weavers

I care for you

bee print shirt – naturwrk (Etsy) | bee coin purse – John Lewis | bee earrings – Vernissage Project

What do you think of insect-inspired trends in fashion? Would you wear any of them? What’s your favorite bee-inspired item? Share below and let us know!

“The fashion look of teens and twenty somethings — once so cutting edge — is now, like most of the music played on the radio, a matter of routine. Safe, tired, everywhere.”Phil Strongman, Pretty Vacant: A History of UK Punk

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