Delicate and romantic. The floral print belongs to the super feminine classic element group. Either by color or by the soft drawing formats, the touch is essential for those who love sophisticated and timeless looks. However, as with any trend, the pattern is revamped, whether it be in combinations of shades to the form in how it is worn. This includes the urban way of wearing floral in combos composed of distressed jeans, for example. Camila loves combining various trends in the same look with a final fashionista result. Look how the off the boho vibe shoulders blouse makes a perfect contrast with the distressed jeans frayed at the knees. The platform espadrille was ideal for a more casual chic result. As for my outfit, which was inspired by the Miami atmosphere, I chose a ruffle asymmetrical dress for those light days. Going for a white background is also a great option to leave the look even more elegant.
In the Spring 17 collections, various versions and ways to bring floral to your style are presented. With a pinkish nude background, the Ulla Johnson model brings romance to the maximum level in a match with shades of blue in their floral print. For a modern aesthetic, Tibi invested in the color cards contrast – White received lilac petals, orange and many leaves.
Following the cool mood, Victoria Beckham brought asymmetric shapes and impeccable effects to give a new face to her floral print – between the pleats of the velvety skirt and the shirt with a maxi shape. The always feminine Giambattista Valli presented a long dress with all the codes of femininity, with ruffles, lace, beads and prints.
Vetements interpreted the small florals in an avant-garde ensemble! The metallic boots gave even more power to the look.
Have you chosen your favorite? It’s amazing how there are always new meanings to trends that, even before, were restricted to some styles. I love it when fashion surprises and inspires us.