The heart prints have arrived.
Well, it never really left. For it is a print often associated with the cheesy sensibilities of children and teenage fashion, it is usually eclipsed and overlooked. But with many designers’ efforts to reinvent the universal symbol and move it up the style scale, we’re seeing more of it lately.
With Valentine’s Day a mere six days from sweeping us off our feet, we curate five pieces that best exemplify how this print can be stylishly worked into a woman’s ensemble.
Keep your hands warm and toasty with this pair of dainty sleeve mittens. Appropriately sweet and dainty, a woman of style can also pull off a sweet-as-a-button mitten like this.
Step and stand out in style with this bright knee-length dress from Versace’s diffusion line Versus. Besides channeling the Valentine spirit with a bit of casualness, this is also worthy of another spring outing.
Sweet, sassy and stylish, this piece dresses you for the occasion without looking cheesy.
Go minimal with the heart print and adorn your waist with these patent leather belts instead.
One can never go wrong with a pair of tights worn under a little dress, but this heart-print sheer tights adds a surprising twist to the powerful pairing.
For French designer Sonia Rykiel, the heart is best worn on the chest. This versatile cotton sweater can be worn with virtually anything and you will still be treading the city in style.
Adorned with a mirrored heart, this lady-like pair of sling backs from Vivienne Westwood is the one to wear when you’re out with your own prince charming on Valentine’s Day.