Question: What are some genius ways to wear floral fashion?
Answer: Florals for spring? Ground breaking. I know, the first thing that comes to mind is the iconic scene from The Devil Wears Prada, but this year, the floral trend is not the boringly predictable type that would make Miranda Priestley roll her eyes. Designers took inspiration from nature to create the most exciting bouquets, from Valentino’s exquisite embroidered floral dresses and Ted Baker’s big bold roses to Marc Jacobs’ daisies—and, of course, the astonishing almond tree printed pieces capturing beautiful garden scenes displayed at Dolce & Gabbana. Everyone is rocking the floral trend in their own unique way, and you can make it your own, too. These style ideas will instantly perk up your everyday outfit:
A floral blazer: A quick outfit solution for those days when you are running late and have no idea of what to wear. Throw one over a pair of jeans and a basic tee.
Flower power pants: Printed pants became a statement wardrobe piece a few seasons ago, and haven’t at all faded. You can’t go wrong with a pair of floral pants. Combine them with your leather jacket and get ready to stand out in a fearlessly stylish way.
Tropical inspiration: Is it summer yet? This dress screams Hawaii and will most definitely freshen up your summer look.
Clashing floral patterns: Dare to combine flowers on flowers, put together different prints in the same color family and have some fun.
Accessories: Florals are taking over when it comes to accessories, too, and it’s the easiest way to adopt the trend and make it work with multiple outfits.
The floral headband: You don’t need to be playing at Coachella to rock a floral headband. Complete this chic bohemian look with a loose t-shirt and maxi skirt. Keep in mind that the more simple your headband is, the more versatile it will be.
Blossomy sneakers: Go anywhere in delicate floral shoes like these from Taylor Swift’s line for Keds.
The flower embellished bag: ALDO made this leather look clutch that reminds me of the Burberry Prorsum Petal Bag. Plus, the minty pastel tone is on-trend for spring.
We think Sex and the City’s Miranda would probably love this trend—what do you think?