Spring Fashion 2019: floral print

Floral Print is coming back in a big way this season and I couldn’t be happier about it. I am a Spring baby, blooms bring me joy and this is my absolute favorite season, the weather is perfect, and the clothes are flowy, flirty, colorful and bright. The spring-summer catwalks came with an explosion of different prints like hibiscus and peachy roses. I know that this trend is not for everybody and I’m here to convince you that when you style it right, you can create an adorable, easy to wear look. Here are some ideas on how to wear floral print this spring:

  1. For a romantic look

Choose a midi length floral dress and match your shoes to the florals in your dress. For colder weather layer a turtleneck underneath the dress.

  1. For an edgy style

Pair a feminine floral dress with dark boots and a dark backpack. The contrast between the feminine dress and the boots will bring something very fashion-forward to your look.

  1. Work Appropriate

Classic style doesn’t mean staying away from vivid prints and colors. While people tend to stick to solid hues, don’t be afraid to incorporate florals into your wardrobe. If you want to play it safe layer up the details— to a monochromatic dark look add an interesting embroidered with flowers bag this is going to be a fresh take on the spring-favorite trend. Another way is to pair a floral dress with a classic blazer, this is going to be a feminine touch to a strict business look.

  1. Just an accent

If you are unsure about this trend, instead of wearing floral piece of clothing, get your hands on a beautiful flowery scarf. Use it as an accessory piece and tie it around your neck, ankle, wrist or handbag for a subtle nod to the trend. Or opt for a flowery bag, to inject more colors in your outfit.

  1. Mixing different prints

Versace took neat floral prints, combined them and mashed them up with beautiful colors which quickly became a big trend for the season. You can find such dresses at ZaraH&M and you can be sure that they will instantly transform your look.

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         Straight from Spring-Summer Catwalks 2019: 

At Kenzo we saw a lot of sakura bloom print and floaty chiffon.

At Anna Sui catwalk, florals were used to decorate all manner of dresses, day suits, skirts, and scarves, primarily made of silk.

At Molly Goddard, flowers met with ruffles and created a sexy duet.

Matty Bovan flower trend was incorporated in hat accessories.

At Simone Rocha, for example, floral prints were combined with retro style and veils and created a serious effect.

At Versace presented this print louder than ever. Different floral prints combined together, with primary bights contrasting against polite jade green and lilac hues.

I hope you enjoyed this article and that you will give this trend a try. ‘Till next time, stay brave & confident! XO

 

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