That we’ve been crushing after florals for uncountable years now is no new news. But, every now and then, they can be styled in innumerable ways to render stunning looks. From edgy to minimal, high fashion to girl-next-door cute, we love our blooms. So, we just had to put in a mention here on yet another wonderful way in which you can sport floral prints and counted on Stephanie Timmins of feistyfoxdiaries.blogspot.in to show us just how to achieve this look. Take a look to see how we decode her style.
Bubble-gum pink maxi skirtWe are absolutely sold on how beautifully this colour works with the top Stephanie has chosen for this look. It’s the perfect pop of colour and the thigh split is a bit adventurous, but looks super chic and she carries it off very well with her toned legs.Floral crop topWe may have gone with another colour on this one – perhaps a white tee with miniature flowers. However, Stephanie puts it together, well. Crop tops are the perfect way to beat the summer heat and accentuate a toned stomach. A word of warning, though – steer clear of large floral prints if you’re top heavy and opt for tiny, ditsy prints, instead.Rhinestone neckpieceAdding a touch of vintage royalty to the look, Stephanie’s choice of the green and gold rhinestone neckpiece is fearless, but complements the look to the T. Alternatively, you could also wear a long chain with an interesting locket.Cutwork braceletFiligree and cutwork accessories always add ample doses of style to even a basic jeans-and-white shirt duo. The gold cutwork bracelet worn by Stephanie complements the belt and the neckpiece to complete the look.OBI beltThis Grecian rope belt with an OBI style is exactly what the ensemble needs to break the look. All the more, it brings out the colour of the maxi skirt. It's best not to add too many colours (except a slight pop like that of the green stones in the neckpiece as depicted here) when accessorising in gold.Hot pink tote bagTrue to her fearless style, the hot pink tote bag actually doesn’t look too overwhelming in this look. You could also opt for a black number to take it down a notch.Metallic heelsWe’re all about mixing metallics in our look and Stephanie’s choice of the silver closed-toe pumps is exactly what makes this look so unique. If you’re not feeling too adventurous, you could also strap on basic nude wedges for a more casual look.