Trend Alert: Embroidery

Our top 10 embroidered pieces from the high street...


Who knew the exact floral jeans you had as a child would be the thing to have in 2016?

From embroidered silks to heavily embellished denim, the A/W16 runway shows presented embroidery as the recycled trend to get your hands on this season. Whether your budget extends to Dolce and Gabbana or a more purse-friendly Zara, the selection of embroidered pieces is at an all time high.

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Marks and Spencer have tried out the embroidery trend with these jeans

We love Alessandro Michele’s embroidered denim from the Gucci Garden capsule collection; featuring beautiful floral designs surrounded by hand stitched butterflies and bees, styled up with his signature cat-eye specs and red berets (ofc!) High-street favourites Marks and Spencer, New Look and Topshop have all jumped on the embroidery bandwagon too, with a selection of decorated pieces available in store and online.  

Embroidery is a super wearable trend and can be a great way to flaunt your personal style with the help of a few key pieces. For a casual everyday look, embroidered jeans are the ultimate go-to, while decorated silk bombers are light and delicate for a dressy event.

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Try two trends in one with this embroidered bomber jacket

We’ve rounded up our top ten embroidered high-street picks to make your life that little bit easier. However if you're feeling creative, why not try and personalise a pair of old jeans with patches, studs, beads and sequins yourself. That way you'll definitely avoid any awkward outfit-clashes, and you can go as OTT or pared down as you like! See you at the haberdashery!

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