On Trend: Geometric Prints

Some prints end up dated; usually today's latest design becomes tomorrow's kitsch. But it feels like we cycle between two basic prints -- floral and geometric -- every few years. This spring is supposed to have a strong 1960s vibe, so it follows that bold geometric prints are on the market.

I can't get enough of these. From basic black and white to a color riot, geometric prints are easy to wear and work into everyday life (unlike this). If you're on board, buy these up now. They'll still be wearable for years. (I've even included some geometric-abstract prints for those of you who loathe stripes.)
Top: blue and black fitted dress, Dorothy Perkins $35 (sale)
green and navy boat neck dress, Kohl's $66.50 (sale)
yellow and black pleated grid shift, Kenneth Cole at Amazon $108
black and white large dot dress, Macy's $53 (sale)
Bottom: black and white print shift, Nordstrom $118
yellow and black skater dress, ASOS $49
blue print shirtdress, The Limited $80
cap sleeve peplum dress, J. C. Penney's $40

Top: orange abstract a-line, Mod Cloth $65
black and white grid pencil skirt, Banana Republic $89.50
modern art pencil skirt, J. C. Penney $17 (sale)
Bottom: pleated dot skirt, J. C. Penny $30
green stripe midi skirt, ASOS $63
green circle pencil skirt, J. C. Penney $13 (sale)
Top: pintucked circles blosue, J. C. Penney $22
layered shapes top, Mod Cloth $38
pink circles top, J. C. Penney $16
Bottom: striped peplum top, Mod Cloth $35
ruched hexagon top, Macy's $30
navy and aqua lattic top, J. C. Penney $22


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