Almost at the same time that “the Corte Inglés department store” announces that it’s springtime, the shops (and the streets) get full of floral prints…What some people don’t know is that there is an specific print that stays all over the years and is still on fashion: the “liberty print”.
Some history…Where does liberty print come from?
The origins of the liberty print go back to 1939, when Arthur Lasenby Liberty, a british (and clever) businessman, decides to set up a company called Liberty&Co, which becomes popular because of its small flower print’s fabrics.
Nowadays Liberty&Co still exists, and they keep on selling things made with its liberty print.
At Zara Home Kids, they know how popular are liberty prints and that’s how there is a whole section called “Liberty Fabrics” where you can find anything you wish and more for your child’s bedroom made of liberty prints.
Also at Zara kids they have some cute clothes for this summer. (the overall and the jacket are from Zara kids and the underwear and dress are from Zara Home Kids)
At H&M and Benetton you can also find floral prints, though at H&M they don’t look much “liberty-like”.
The french Brand Emile et Ida has a wide liberty print collection.
At Nobodinoz we also found these fun options:
This overall from poppy rose drives me crazy and you can find this brand at bambolabcn shop, the other one from Louis Louise is available on Smallable and the peter pan collar dress is from petit Bateau.
And finally I leave you with these beautiful baby shoes from Trousselier.