The print that Marilyn Monroe wore in the 50s is the hottest summer trend

The print that Marilyn Monroe wore in the 50s is

Because it is refreshing, this fruity pattern has risen to the rank of the ultimate trend of the season. It’s already everywhere and we’ll all be wearing it this summer 2024.

Cherry season is in full swing! This red spring fruit is everywhere on market shelves, but also on current clothing. And for good reason: it seems that the It girls are looking to add a little softness to their summer wardrobe with this regressive print.

Burberry spring-summer 2024 show © Burberry

This half-rockabilly, half-pin up influence motif first gained momentum after the film’s release barbie last summer, which began the return of the 50s style. Then the campaign At table ! by Jacquemus in September 2023 has brought cherry and its bright red color to the forefront. Without forgetting the Burberry spring-summer 2024 show during which Daniel Lee layered this delicious fruit with dark tones. On dresses, shorts, tops, jeans and even hats, cherry is now available in every aspect. It can also adorn our ears, our wrists, our fingers and even our necks thanks to brands like Les Néréides, Pandora, Histoire d’Or and Loewe, who give it a special place in their collections.

How to wear cherry print this season?

For fruity looks as desired, we take inspiration from influencers many of whom have worn fashion pieces tattooed with cherries. For example, the designer Jeanne Damas pairs her cherry-covered Rouje T-shirt with a raw denim pencil skirt, black mules and a red croc-effect handbag. It is with a yellow mesh crop top adorned with an XXL cherry and denim Bermuda shorts that influencer Emili Sindlev is wearing the trend. We also found this sweet print affixed on an immaculate swimsuit on the Instagram page of model Elsa Hosk, while actress Millie Bobby Brown chose a black and red model for her vacation in the sun. The good news ? The cherry can even be worn out of season!