Asides from garden-variety prints alone, this season’s floral fashions have taken on a 3D twist, comprising both embroidery and embellishment at 2014’s runway shows.
Pretty prints in statement fabrics
Flowers blossomed from every model throughout the collections, becoming the definitive badge of femininity. From meadow poppies to Sixties style daisies and sweet roses, there’s a floral design to suit all. Choose from head to toe floral ensembles or one-off statement pieces showcasing abstract botanical prints. For inspiration on colour, style and species – check out the latest at serenataflowers.com.
How to wear floral-enthused pieces
Whether you’re attending an elegant soiree or quite simply wish to brighten up your day, a vivid floral print is a must-have wardrobe staple. Of course, it’s a good idea to follow a few fashion tips when embracing the floral trend. When accessorising, keep it to a minimum – a simple court shoe and a minimalistic clutch will suffice. Alternatively go all out with a full Sixties flower-power style, complete with a beehive hairstyle, retro shades and a brightly coloured lipstick.
A perennial style favourite
Regardless of the season, floral fashion buys have become a recurrent style staple. Throughout the spring and summer months, floral fashion ensembles tend to embrace pastel palettes and hot hues. When winter arrives, clothes take on a slightly different guise. From digital floral prints to classic ditsy print motifs in deeper hues such as: ruby reds and emerald greens.
How to wear floral in the winter
Worn alone or with opaque tights, a floral embroidered dress will add an instant injection of colour to your winter wardrobe. For a daytime style, tone down the look by pairing a form-flattering floral skirt with a modest blouse.
What to do if you tend to shy away from the floral trend
If your current wardrobe consists of muted tones and timeless shapes – why not add a floral heel to the mix. This simple style statement, especially when worn in a zingy bright shade, is an easy way to embrace the floral style without steering too far from your comfort zone.