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Fashionista NOW: Smiley Face Prints Fashion Inspiration

For a dose of quirky this season, smiley face prints may just be what your wardrobe needs.

Jeremy Scott, creative director of Moschino reworked the label’s signature smiley face motif and made it ooze with the right level of quirkiness as it became part of Katy Perry’s endless eclectic concert-worthy outfits as she kick started Prismatic World Tour earlier this month

Her smiley-face-themed getup consisted of peace-sign printed leggings, bralette bustier and a vibrant yellow leather jacket with strategically placed smiley faces.

Luxurious breed of totes and bags rendered in unexpected designs are Anya Hindmarch’s specialty and the British fashion accessory designer has just unleashed her pre-Autumn collection that includes smiley face bags amongst other quirky bags such as Ginger Nuts clutches, Kellogg’s cornflakes’ totes and Coco Pops clutches.

Aside from decorating luxury bags and Katy Perry’s concert getup, smiley faces are also found stamped on tees, skirts, pants and dresses at affordable rates ready to be consumed by the trendy masses.

If you’re one to wear quirky statement pieces this season, this is an all-time print style that will no doubt ease some fun right into your summer attire and can be worn for years to come.

For a quick history on how smiley face prints got into the arms of the fashion industry, check out my post here.

As always, to the lookbooks below for ways to sport the smiley face fashion trend:

smiley face dress – Romwe

smiley face bodycon dress – Mr Price

smiley face long shirt – Traffic Room

smiley face tee – Cagecity

Smile .

smiley face long sleeve black dress – Chiara Fashion

"Life is beautiful but you don't have a clue. Sun and ocean blue,their magnificence, it don't make sense to you."

smiley face oversized tee – Singer22

Summer lust

smiley face top – Singer22

What do you make of the smiley face trend in fashion? How would you personally choose to style it? Let us know in the comments!

“I don’t consider myself a fashion victim. I consider fashion a victim of me.”Paul Merton

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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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