Make a statement with spring's eye-popping prints.
If nude hues are the fashion equivalent of a wallflower then bold prints are this season's attention seeker.
Forget the megaphone if you want to scream and shout about your style, in fact you don't have to utter a word because this season's prints will do all the talking.
Celebrities like Kate Bosworth, Keira Knightley and Naomi Campbell have all recently brightened up the red carpet with uber-bold frocks.
Packing a double punch with loud patterns and bright colours, prints are this season's crazy antidote to the calm sea of pretty pastels and non-offensive neutrals.
Designers dazzled the front rows at Fashion Week with eye-popping creations that virtually required 3D glasses to fully appreciate the special effects.
From bold geometrics to jazzy watercolours and animal prints, pick your print and cause a stir this summer.
Suppress that inner wallflower and indulge the exhibitionist in you with look-at-me prints.
You don't have to be an experimental fashion maverick to work floor length prints.
Floaty print maxis are the perfect way to mark the onset of summer, as seen on the catwalks at Stella McCartney and Etro. Think beach-to-bar versatility with sand-skimming sheer chiffons.
Beware of looking over-fussy if you're working a maxi for evening. Keira Knightley showed off her red carpet Erdem dress to perfection, styling with minimal jewellery and low-key hair to allow the busy print to shine.
For a modern top-to-toe twist with more manoeuvrability, try a print jumpsuit.
Try: Monsoon Bolivia maxi print dress, £160; Matalan Et Vous embellished maxi dress, £30; F&F Couture at Tesco acid print silk jumpsuit, £80 (online only); Accessorize Linear Abstract maxi dress, £45.
Renew that gym membership. Bare legs are the ideal canvas to display a colour explosion, which is why the thigh-high dress is a key shape for parading prints this season.
Digitally manipulated prints on mini frocks were practically hypnotic on the spring/summer catwalks at Alexander McQueen, Gucci and Peter Pilotto.
As prints can be volumising on the body, stick to fitted shapes like a body-con or shift.
Don't be afraid to break conventions and 'pick 'n' mix' your prints. Olivia Rubin's new designs for Oli Fusion incorporate clashing prints to create an impact.
Try: Oli Fusion by Olivia Rubin mixed print dress, £100; Ce Me London Milan print dress, £30; M&Co Brushstroke blue tunic, £20; Oasis Sunset multicoloured print dress, £45.
If you prefer to keep your pins under wraps - at least until they're less post-winter pasty - print trousers are the leggy trend that's really taking off.
Harem pants have gradually found their way onto the style radar, but this season they've undergone a patterned makeover.
Banish notions of MC Hammer or Ali Baba, harems can be flattering on all ages, especially if you go wild with tribal-inspired animal prints in muted shades.
Work with gladiators for a pared-down day look or team with strappy heels that reveal a flash of ankle to turn up the glamour.
Try: Wallis zebra print harem trousers, £35; ASOS harem print trousers, £40; River Island Anya stripe trousers, £29.99; Boohoo snakeprint harem trousers, £30.
Working prints in your wardrobe? The number one rule is to keep accessories to a minimum.
But if your closet is a print-free zone and neutrals are your tried-and-tested staple, update your look with subtle flashes of prints.
Reveal your show-off side by experimenting with print accessories like shoes or bags to add some non-committal colour to your ensemble. Print scarves like the bright Louis Vuitton numbers are a celebrity favourite for adding a feature to your look in an instant.
Try: Office Blink purple leopard print courts, £35; BDL by Ben de Lisi at Debenhams Lagoon print clutch, £28; River Island bright denim print shopper, £24.99; Mint Velvet block print tassel scarf, £17.