As architects, there’s nothing that inspires us more than an open plaza overlooking the city’s buildings – the square shapes, the different proportions, the geometries. As fashionistas, there’s nothing we love more than mixing prints and wearing things our own way.
Geometric prints have ruled the fashion scene for the past couple seasons and show no sign of slowing down. Whether it was checkered dresses at Vuitton or rhombus print suits at Prada, this trend is everywhere you look! We particularly loved the pop art qualities of the lavish prints and decided to paint a picture of our own:
Rony wore an Escher-esque print puffy sleeved dress with a checkered Prada bag, studded moccasins and lots of big and bold geometric jewelry.
Quick fix up for a bad hair day: tie your hair up in a tight ponytail and braid it for a look that is chic, classy and pulled together.
Vera wore a Lichtenstein-esque star printed cut out tunic with red high waisted trousers, black blazer, big and bold geometric silver jewelry, leopard print glasses and studded flats.
Vera’s tunic is so versatile – it can be worn as a dress or tucked in as a blouse and can be casual or office ready with a fitted blazer.
The ultimate city girl isn’t afraid to wear attention-grabbing bold prints and stop traffic!
Photos taken at the Millennium Building Plaza, Tel Aviv.