Floral separates? Yes, please! If you don’t like bold florals, choose an ensemble with tiny floral prints spread out on the fabric. Accessorise with hoop earrings and you’re so ready to rock this look.
When it comes to shoes, we prefer to take the boots route and when they’re cute floral printed ones, we can’t help but find them a pretty place in our wardrobe. You’d be lying if you aren’t lusting after these black boots, ladies.
If you love layering, a floral duster coat deserves a place in your wardrobe. Choose one in a pale shade with floral patterns and wear it over a casual look – simple skinny jeans and a white tank should do fine.
When tiered dresses meet floral prints, we’re sold right there. If you’re into maxis, pick a floral dress like this one. To lend it a boho vibe, pair it with ankle boots and round rimmed glasses. Gorgeous!
Tutu skirts just remind us of Carrie Bradshaw and when they’re floral, they make the girlie girl in us all the more excited. If you have a pale coloured floral tutu skirt, balance out the look by pairing it with a casual denim shirt.
Pyjama suits have been on our radar for a while now. Naturally then, when we saw this street style spotting of a floral pyjama suit, we were hella excited. Pair it with floral mules if you like to take OTT dressing seriously.
When it comes to corporate dressing, blazers are everything. But add a dash of difference to your look by embracing a floral blazer with your trousers. Boring business meet outfits, be gone!
Jumpers anyway always get our nod on lazy cold days. How about prettying things up by adding a floral jumper to your closet? Wear it with skinny denims and you’re so sorted!
Embroidered jeans have been trending for a while. And if there’s one kinda embroidery that’s everywhere this season, it is floral. Trade your regular jeans with these and wear them with the good ol’ white shirt!
What’s a white dress without floral embroidery? Wear an off-shouldered white floral dress for a brunch day out and accessorise by way of a basket bag. Perfection, isn’t it?