The eyeball print trend has hit the height of popularity recently, thanks to cult designers like Kenzo. Whether you prefer an evil eye print or something more Egyptian-inspired, the number of eye print clothes and accessories for you to choose from seems to be growing quite rapidly. Designers have been having a field day, with things from eye print shirts to shoes making an appearance on store shelves. Feast your eyes on these ways to wear the eyeball print trend this season.
Kenzo’s cult eye print probably kick started this whole eyeball print trend. This all seeing eye print is featured on many Kenzo pieces, from sweaters to iPhone cases. This neoprene and fleece sweater is very expensive at over $400 but for those on a budget you can always try finding similar t-shirts and accessories. A simple sweater like this could be worn with skinny jeans and sneakers for a sport luxe look.
If you can’t afford Kenzo’s popular eye print t-shirts then look to your favourite chain store for more affordable inspired versions. This T-shirt features a screen print of George Orwell’s ‘1984’ book cover. It also features a single eye print at the top of the shirt a la Big Brother. It’s made by Out of Print and you can grab it from Modcloth for around $30. Wear it with a leather jacket and this season’s tartan pants for a bit of a punk-inspired outfit.
Make a statement in these blinking eye loafers. They come in a glitzy silver glitter finish and would look great worn either during the day or at night. They’re designed by popular blogger Chiara Ferragni and will set you back a couple of hundred dollars. You can also check out Jeffrey Campbell and Nasty Gal for more alternative eyeball print shoes.
Something like a scarf is a great way to get in on a trend without making too much of a commitment. This plain black scarf features a multicoloured eye print. Wear it tied loosely around or neck or turn it into a cute headscarf. It’s by Hayden Harnett but you can also check out ASOS for more affordable eyeball print scarves.
An eyeball print blouse is bound to add some kookiness to your outfit. This eye print blouse features a classic collar and features a contrasting hand drawn eye print. It’s by Au Jour Le Jour and, much like ones by Kenzo, will set you back a couple of hundred dollars. However, keep an eye out at chain stores as more affordable options are likely to pop up sooner or later.
Jewellery is a great form of expression. An eye charm necklace or bracelet is an easy way to wear one of this season’s must-have trend. This silver and enamel necklace by Delfina Delettrez is definitely on the extreme end of the price range at just under $500 but rest assured you can find more affordable options at places like ASOS, Mango, and BaubleBar.
This eye shaped clutch is a quirky way to wear the eye print trend. It has a sleek streamlined shaped and would make a funky addition to your party attire. Much like those by designers Kenzo and Wendy Nicholl, this Lulu Guinness clutch will most definitely stretch the budget. However, you can check out Falconwright for an equally stylish yet more affordable take on eyeball print clutches.
Hop on the eye print bandwagon with these quirky pieces. What are your thoughts on the eye print trend? Which of these items do you like best?
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