Of course, you know when it comes to fashion, history repeats itself. However, this latest trend is not one to shy away from. Paisley, the beautiful teardrop leaf-shaped pattern is set to be this season's must-have print! The Adrift design team have embraced this trend and have set out to make paisley modern again. Introducing our all-new Blue Horizon styles. This print will be everywhere, on tops, pants and dresses and we are all here for it! Let us show you some of our latest styles and share our tips and tricks on how to wear them.


1. The Shari Dress

Cut from beautiful soft cotton fabric, the Shari Dress by Adrift is a stunning piece that can easily be worn during the day or at nighttime. However, we love pairing this dress with heels and a clutch to dress it up for a night out. 

Shop this look here - The Shari Dress


2. The Garcia Top


Now we know our Blue Horizon Print is quite bold and striking, however, don't be scared to incorporate such a print into your wardrobe! Start with a separate, like our Shari Dress our Garcia Top features a mix of blue tones that are elegant and classic. The shape of this top is so simple with a flattering V-neckline, short sleeve and relaxed blouse silhouette. Our tip is to simply pair it down with a basic skirt or wide leg pant for a more casual look. 

Shop this look here - The Garcia Top 

3. The Jacinta Skirt

Another go-to separate is our Jacinta Skirt. The shape of this piece is timeless, and ever so versatile, with an elasticised drawstring waistband, and a high-low hemline. Take this skirt from day to night with a collared white shirt and heels. Wanting to wear this piece throughout the week? Simply throw on some sneakers and your good to go! 

 Shop this look here - The Jacinta Skirt 


I hope you are all in love with Adrift's new Blue Horizon Print!

Let us know what you think of this trend and how you would style these pieces!

Also, don't forget to tag us in your photos @adriftclothing, we love seeing you rock our favourite styles!

Claudia xx

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