Libertine started off the trend in New York with the use of bold mixed prints. The following weeks saw a flurry of geometric patterns from the likes of Prada, Proenza Schouler and Dries Van Noten. They are not for the shy but fashion loving woman. No, these patterns are bold and slick and made for the woman who wants to stand out. The best part about geometric patterns is that you can find them on almost anything… from long sleeve shirts, blouses, tunics, leggings, skirts and dresses to coats.
When you have made the decision to make a fashion statement in a geometric pattern it is very important to dress it up with some chic accessories. Keep your shoes and handbag in the same color scheme as the geometric designs that are being worn.