Moroccan Tile Beach Kaftan Trends
Distinctive geometric style prints are often seen adorning everything from fashion to homeware and stationery this season . The Moroccan tile trend has hit the Winter Boho fashion trend this Winter and Spring Summer 2016 trends are full of geometric inspired prints. MyaBlueBeach designs all its own prints so each designer kaftan is truly a unique work of art and a limited edition beach kaftan.
Conjuring up images of hot, dusty streets and washed-out sun faded tiles in such dreamy destinations as Granada or Morocco, the MyaBlueBeach design team have drawn inspiration from their travels to create tile inspired printed beachwear kaftans
Geometric, star or diamond-spangled intricate patterns, in burnt out shades of azure, cobalt, emerald and terracotta echo the intrinsically Moorish design style.
MyaBlueBeach’s fabrics are printed using a hand block technique resulting in patterns that retain much of the rusticity of their origins. Simplified and expanded, the designer beach cover-ups are eye-catchingly bold, every one unique, perfectly capturing the romance of these exotic parts of the world.
Try the exclusive Acapulco drawstring waist beach kaftan, hand printed onto cotton using an artisan printing technique. The vibrant print sits on a cool white ground, making it essential beachwear cover-up.
Islamic patterning, as often seen in Moroccan tilework is termed ‘Arabesque.’ Wikipedia describes this as: "A form of artistic decoration consisting of 'surface decorations based on rhythmic linear patterns of scrolling and interlacing foliage, tendrils or plain lines, often combined with other elements. It usually consists of a single design which can be 'tiled' or seamlessly repeated as many times as desired.”
These graceful patterns can be interpreted in a myriad of ways, the MyaBlueBeach San Jose white cotton beach poncho, features a subtle gold hand printed motif that is perfect if you are looking for a touch of shimmer and metallic hand embellishment for a beach party. Each of these beachwear ponchos take about five days to make, as the hand printing blocks are carved from wood. Metallic gold powder is pressed on to create and set the each exquisite Morrocan tile printed motif.