“Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking.” –Miranda Priestly, The Devil Wears Prada
Revolutionary? No. Flirty and chic? Definitely.
This dress takes a simple shape and adds a bold print. With a bright print, you don’t want to add too much more color. I would pair it with a white blazer or a simple cardigan and a brown belt.
News Flash: Floral prints do not have to be pastels or bright colors. In fact, some of the most interesting floral prints are done in black and white. Take the skirt above, a cool abstract floral that has the versatility to wear it in the spring or in the winter with tights.
If muted black and white is not thing, you can really go for the W and choose this punchy print. Bright and fresh to the point of juicy. So fun.
Simple, easy and classic this skirt is the perfect addition to any work wardrobe. It’s also perfect for the weekend if you add a white tee and a flat sandal.
What? A girl can dream.
Most floral prints are small or medium size prints, this print is made up of a handful of giant flowers. I prefer the larger flowers, but be careful about where the flowers are placed. After all, no one wants a giant poppy highlighting her trouble zones.