The War of The Prints for Spring/Summer 2012. with What Te Quedas?

How does your wardrobe the arrival of spring? Have you already noticed some changes in your wardrobe? Good weather makes us go by releasing all those layers that they have accompanied us during this autumn/winter and go by entering colors, shapes and patterns that we could not before use.

The world of prints It is a difficult terrain for the structure of a masculine wardrobe Fund. I don’t know why men are few reluctant to the use of the more eye-catching prints, but I always say that risk and dare is never more and this season the offer is very varied and fun.

Big brands on the catwalk They bet, in that margin of creativity they have to contribute to the show, by elaborate patterns to develop their collections. This was very present in the female line, but us also our moment has come to us. Will be transferred this fever to the street? Let’s look at the possibilities.

Illustrations by Prada

If there’s one person that each season both for Prada Miu Miu is able to propose formulas for successes it is Miuccia Prada. For this spring/summer 2012 designer was inspired by the world of cars and in all the aesthetic of 1950s Hollywood. Their shirts and jackets with these fun illustrations all the fashion insiders have it and it is not for less I also love her!

Floral Mirror

The floral print is synonymous with spring, but on this occasion, one of my favorite signatures, Givenchy, It does so digitally in the form of mirror. The floral mirror I like a lot and Ricardo Tisci, creative director for the brand, has introduced it properly, on core funds and no reload too.


Other firms that more risk in male field is without a doubt the founded by the great Alexander McQueen, that for the spring/summer 2012 It offers us a pattern of large flames that reminds me of Givenchy last season. This hard aspect of these flames on black also I liked though not I would put me in a jacket.

New Leopard?

Viewing the signature lookbook MSGM I found a very interesting pattern even I do not know how would call it. In appearance, it looks like a leopard print with changed colors, but it has a retro-inspired both the colors and forms that would not associate with this animal print. But the name is the least Would you put it?

The lowcost dares with the paisley

A few days ago I showed Zara lookbook for April. In it, we called attention to a pants printed with paisleys. I have to say that for jeans, especially the long, I am indifferent to the short, I’m very basic and I always go to plain colors. I think that carry a printed trousers is not a good option.

And you? Dare with any of these prints?