Geometric patterns aren’t only eye catching but are also a trinket from vintage collection which has been passed through generations of fashion wear. However, that certainly doesn’t mean that an overdose is allowed of it. No matter how new the pattern, how colorful and vibrant the piece looks, too much of geometrical patterns will make you feel like being on a psychedelic. And that would be the impact on anyone who meets you as well.
Geometric patterns need a good lesson of etiquette before being worn so the moderation make them stand out for what they are; totally cool prints and very appealing.
Geometric Bottom to go with a Plain Top
Though it is often risky to include scores of geometric details to your outfit (trousers and pants take up a lot of cloth), it is essential to go with a cautious step. A plain top has a strong effect on the geometrical pattern on the bottom, it subdues it and the impact is often a very pleasant.
Add a Strong Bold Color to Clothing
A bold and vibrant color creates a block to the sight and the focus shifts to it almost instantly. This is what is to be paired with a geometric pattern piece of clothing. If you are wearing a short dress with geometric pattern, do not leave it as it is. It is a good idea to come up with a neck scarf or a belt in bright hue and single color to create a balance and add style.
Wear According to Body Type
One thing one must not forget is that body type plays a significant look on how a geometric patterned dress would look on you and whether or not it will suit you. For wider hips, wear vertical patterns and wear it on top not on bottom. Tall women have the liberty of wearing heavy geometric patterns. Vertical prints and diagonal also work for petite women.
Wear geometric patterns as many as you want, only keep in mind to wear it in moderation and balance heavy patterns with solid hues.
What To Wear
A “Geo print shift dress – Image 3“with flattering lines and a chic simple shift silhouette is a forever modern outfit. Jeweled necklines, bold hued borders and three quarter sleeves add a contemporary twist to your daily fashion fix.
It’s not only dresses to which geometric borders can be incorporated into. Sweaters, jackets, tights and cardigans top the list for apparel options with bold geometric patterns. Fit for fall or winter seasons, this snuggly “Front open cardigan by Torrid – Image 2“ is an option that not only sure to keep you cozy, the graphics printed are eye-catching too. Pair it up with some denim, skinny jeans or loose pants and you’re ready to go.
Handkerchief dresses are fun to flaunt during the spring and summertime. And this spaghetti strap geometric print dress is no exception. The asymmetrical silhouette, mid-calf length “sleeveless dress – Image 1“ is a fascinating abstract design worth cringing over. It’s the feminine finesse and very wearable weekend fashion redefined and inexpensive.