Swirling into this week's team picks are sensory overload items from our faves at Jaded London, Boohoo, Nasty Gal and more, offering budget to boujie options to jump on this trend in time for the heatwave- let's go ladies!
No you’re not stuck on the funky funhouse after one too many beers at the fairground, you’re simply looking at summer 2021’s hottest trend: swirl print. This psychedelic 80s dream is everything a maximalist dresser could need and more in the wardrobe department, and high street brands and indie small businesses alike have jumped on the trend quicker than Shannon was a contestant on Love Island (too soon?).
Swirling into this week’s team picks are sensory overload items from our faves at Jaded London, Boohoo, Nasty Gal and more, offering budget to boujie options to jump on this trend in time for the heatwave- let’s go ladies!
I’m SO into this trend it’s unreal! Jaded London is a brand I’ve only come across recently but am well and truly head over heels for and this romper is an adorable representation of some of the funky prints and designs they have going on in their summer collection. A piece like this really does all the talking, and so as much as I like a clashing print I’ve kept it relatively simple with the accessories and just tied in some bold colours to finish off this heatwave appropriate look.
I’m loving trousers this summer, I think they’re a bit cooler than dresses or skirts so I’ve gone for these swirl flares from Nasty Gal, they’re quite 70s and fun, they’d be great at a festival. I’ve carried the swirl theme through to the rest of the outfit with this cute cream cami from Weekday, wavy gold hoops, and sweet Fendi bag I absolutely cannot afford.
I love this trend so much I think it’s super fun and summery! I really like this swirl print shirt dress from ASOS, especially because it’s neon green. Paired with some white trainers and this beautiful hot pink Jacquemus bag, proper Summer vibes, add some gold jewellery and you are good to go!
Confession: I have no idea what I’m doing when it comes to styling swirl print. Admittedly, it’s not something I’d usually wear but I can appreciate the power of the print, nonetheless and I am ALL here for the 70s vibe. I’m dipping my toe into the trend with a ruched satin top, straight leg jeans, sneakers and sunnies.
I am all for the swirls, I feel like I’m living my whole 90’s dream when I am on the swirl hype. I’d wear this top for a sunny BBQ day paired with some black shorts. Perfect to dress it up with some chunky necklaces and nice boots.