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Prints Charming

BY LIZZIE, WOMENSWEAR EDITOR ON 15 MAY 2012 10:46 SPRING/SUMMERCOMMENTS

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Looking for the perfect outfit for those summer nights? With an abundance of sexy, stylish and sophisticated on-trend scarf prints just waiting to be snapped up, and wrapped around you, Debenhams has your seasonal style covered.

Seen all over the catwalk at D&G spring/summer ’12, many a high street label rushed to ‘Get the Look’. Subsequently, the latest collection for Warehouse boasts a perfectly sexy tunic dress in blue and gold with a sexy tie belt, while Debut and ‘Designer for Debenhams’ Julien Macdonald work two trends combined, with asymmetric scarf prints in golden hues, and aqua tones, respectively.

(Above image left to right: Tunic dress at Warehouse, Asymmetric evening dress from Debut, Aqua print dress from Star by Julien Macdonald)

(Above image left to right: Maxi dress and short shift, both at Oasis)

Oasis, similarly, have worked the look to perfection with a short and sweet, vibrantly coloured, dress that wouldn’t have looked out of place on the D&G ’12 catwalk itself. When it comes to maximum style though, the brand’s version of the scarf print maxi is guaranteed to turn heads.

(Above image left to right: Turquoise shift and asymmetric hem dress at Red Herring)

A Debenhams trend report wouldn’t be complete without a nod to Red Herring. The fashion forward label is always bang-on-trend, with scarf prints here found to be both colourful and quirky. We love the turquoise shift, complete with contrasting bursts of bright red, and the contrasting styles of the white chiffon dress with its floral top, butterfly hem skirt and animal print halter top straps.

With so many trends incorporated into one look it appears as if the designers were, quite literally, spoilt for choice when creating for spring/summer ’12.

With all the brands and new season style at Debenhams, we certainly feel a tad spoilt too…

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