Florals don’t just have to be limited to summer fashion – in fact, bright florals can be worn whatever the season.
The trick is just pairing them with darker colours and the right accessories.
While we’ve seen understated ditsy prints countless times in years gone by, they’re oversized and graphic in 2021, bringing a whole new sense of fun to the trend.
Slow fashion brand Grey Milk’s poppy florals have been all over our feeds lately, as well as cartoon florals from the sustainable and super stylish brands Paloma Wool and Cinta The Label.
Meanwhile Copenhagen-based designer Stine Goya has made us fall in love with florals all over again, offering a much-needed update on romantic prints.
For those looking to make a statement with their florals, we’ve found some inspiration from a collection of our favourite influencers.
Plus, we’ve scoured the shops to find the prettiest prints out there you can get your hands on right now.
How to wear florals in winter
The general rule is to opt for darker florals in the colder months, and pair with a knee-high boot.
A lot of the prints we’ve picked out below could work well with a dark tight or some medium or dark wash jeans.
Make sure to pair with the right accessory – a beanie or beret could top off the look perfectly.
Now let’s take a look at summer’s biggest floral trends.
When it comes to florals this season, more is more and we love these clashing prints worn by influencer AJ.
If you’re as in love with the babushka scarf as we are, read more about the trend here.
If you’re not quite ready to commit to florals on florals, make sure yours make an impact.
This skirt from Grey Milk is the perfect place to start.
The floral dress is a wardrobe staple and we love Nicole Ocran’s 70s-style dress from Warehouse.
Zara recently launched a hippie-chic collection featuring a variety of prints that echoed the fashion of the era, which you can read more about here.
You can always trust Ellie from @slipintostyle to guide your fashion choices each season.
Kelly Dress Dress 1844 Watercolour Flora, £230, Stine Goya – buy now
Floral Print Trousers, £29.99, Zara – buy now
Cardigan, £95, Cinta The Label – buy now
Lolita Cutout Floral-print Cotton Mini Dress, £195, RIXO at Net-A-Porter – buy now
Single-breasted Blazer, £50, Monki – buy now
Wide Leg Trousers, £40, Monki – buy now
BCI Cotton Tiered Midi Dress in Poppy Print, £75, Omnes – buy now
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