Scarf prints were a top look on the spring/summer catwalks with D&G flying the flag for this look. Many celebrities over recent years have been wearing vintage Versace prints, from Lady Gaga to Jessie J, so it's easy to see where this look has sprung from. Versace-style prints have a real '80s feel, but there are lots of ways to work the trend, from square style shapes, to silky fabrics, paisley to geometric patterns.
M&S shows that a silky printed shirt tucked into skinny Capri pants adds a touch of Italian-glam to your summer wardrobe. Pile on the necklaces for the exuberant finishing touch.
I love the palette of this scarf print dress from Warehouse. Teamed with nude shoes and sunglasses, it's an effortless way to work the trend.
Hobbs takes a darker look at scarf prints with this maxi skirt and blouse combo.
Primark's Versace-esque bright, scarf prints encapsulate this trend perfectly and at come in at prices that are really affordable. So if this look isn't so 'in' next season, then you can feel smug that you didn't spend a fortune.