Squares in squares: The fall trend is to mix prints (like Michelle Hunziker)

Fall/Winter 2022-2023 fashion trends

We’ve always been told not to mix different prints in our looks: luckily, as the Fall/Winter 2022-23 shows show, rules are made to be broken.

Author: Beatrice Manca

from left: Miu Miu, Michelle Hunziker, Versace

Fall/Winter 2022-2023 fashion trends

I’Autumn arrived and the fresh air makes you want to escape the city to take refuge in the woods, between plaid shirts and boots. The “country” cabincore aesthetic is one of the season’s strongest trends and the squares, like every year, they are back as protagonists. This year, however, the trend is to mix dimensions and fantasies: micro and macro paintings, Checks AND tartan, Prince of Wales AND pied de poule. Among the first to follow the trend are Michelle Hunzikerwho showed off the perfect fall look on Instagram.

Michelle Hunziker’s Checkered Fall Look

Michelle Hunziker is loved for her always impeccable, colorful and feminine style. The TV presenter shared a full photo on Instagram.autumn weather“, as she herself writes in the caption, in which she wears a plaid patterned wool blazer in shades of beige and orange. The jacket is paired with a blue, green and red plaid shirt with contrasting cuffs. The pairing is unexpected. , but perfectly successful: the mix of different squares in color, texture and size is one of the trends for Fall/Winter 2022-23.

Michelle Hunziker
Michelle Hunziker

“Mixed” checks are a trend for Fall/Winter 2022-23

never mix fantasies“, our mother used to say when we were children: one of the sacred rules of fashion is, in fact, to wear only one print at a time”, dividing it “with solid colors. Never stripes with plaid, therefore, but above all never two types of plaid A plaid skirt, for example, is often worn with a plain pullover that recalls the colors of the texture, while a plaid coat is perfect for an all-black look. be broken.

Ralph Lauren
Ralph Lauren

From Versace for Miu Miufrom Roberto Cavalli for Chanel, the winter fashion shows were full of mix and match looks. The diamonds with tartan, the checkered squares in the Prince of Wales squares, and so on. There are no rules, just instinct: there are those who play on the same chromatic scale as Diorwhich features the iconic Houndstooth T-bar jacket over a black and white plaid skirt.

Kenzo
Kenzo

On the opposite side are Dsquared, which builds the entire collection in the colorful mix’n’match, and Gucci, which combines the classic Prince of Wales men’s suit with a plaid coat in fluorescent colors, mixing mood, colors and inspirations. If you want to follow the trend but are afraid of the “dress in the dark” effect, let yourself be inspired by the looks from the runway: you’ll find that breaking the rules is in and can even be chic!

Dior
Dior

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