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Giamba Gets Wild with Flirty Prints and Plants as Patterns

By Eliza Jordan

June 20, 2016

Flamingos, pineapples, and rainbows—oh, my! Giamba resort 2017 triumphs in flirty prints and show-stopping details with the use of tigers, birds, and plants as patterns. Standout details are deep within the prints, as many bombers, shorts, dresses, and trousers are seen covered in animals meeting one another to form a fun new print. It was hard to miss the shining bananas on some of the bomber collars, as it was to miss the shimmering peep-toe heels with delicate ankle straps in an array of green, red, blue, and pink hues—worthy of a Wizard of Oz comparison. Let’s face it: Giamba is, and continues to be, a vivacious label fit for the fun loving.

We must give it to Giamba to pair a baby pink maxi dress covered in tigers with a crochet tank top donning a rainbow, paired with blue heels; to scatter off-the-shoulder ruffle dresses between stark white button-downs; and to pair an oversized sweatshirt tee with short shorts showing yellow tigers and stripes. The resort 2017 collection offered abundant sweet takes on can’t-miss details—a notable Giamba tradition that we just don’t want to stray away from.

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