Featuring ink-like drawings of trees, flowers, and traditional village scenes, Toile du Jouy has had many iterations since it first originated in France in the late 1700s. Having made regular appearances on the catwalks of Erdem, Dior and Valentino, you’ll likely recognise this print by sight, if not by name. With the High Street following suit, this beautiful pattern provides an under-stated alternative to this summer’s overt trends of sequins and cutouts. Appearing on puff-sleeve dresses, romantic blouses and top-handle bags, it’s a way to add a touch of delicate femininity.
Alexandria Dale shares advice for embracing this season’s Toile du Jouy trend. Pictured: Actress Charlotte Le Bon in Dior
Picture perfect: Amanda Holden in a Markus Lupfer shirt-dress
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