Style + The Edit

The Edit: Affordable Florals

This season, the trend on tap is florals.  And while Miranda Priestly might denigrate florals for spring as sarcastically groundbreaking, they are still lovely, feminine and perfect for the warmer weather.  Here are a few wonderful floral pieces in then under-$100 price range.

H&M Lyocell Blouse ($35)

Oasis Floral Tea Dress ($74)

Lexi and Abbi Jenny Floral Pumps ($59)

Express Floral High-Waisted Skirt ($69)

Fashion Union Balloon Sleeve Dress ($56)

Avenue Floral Bow-Sleeve Dress ($28)

Happy Days Floral Scarf ($49)

Alexia Adamor Floral Sheath ($79)

Kate Spade Floral Print Blouse ($99)

Ava & Viv Plus Size Floral Skirt ($29)



  1. Miranda Priestly says:

    Florals for Spring…groundbreaking…

    April 19, 2018/Reply
    • shessomelicious says:

      @Miranda Priestly

      At first I was like “Whoah … RUDE!” then I caught the name. Well played, madam.

      April 19, 2018/Reply
  2. Sm says:

    I don’t know…most floral pieces end up looking frumpy or stuffy. I wish there was a more modern way wear this trend.

    April 19, 2018/Reply
    • Charlotte says:

      The red dress kind of leans into it with a 40s-ish vibe, which works.

      April 19, 2018/Reply
  3. Monica T says:

    I really love some of the bold floral print dresses here, if only they were natural fibers. It gets hot in spring here in SoCal, and I would have sweat dripping down my back in a polyester dress. Not a fresh look.

    April 19, 2018/Reply
    • yael @ Nosherium says:

      Yeah, I’m with you on that! I can’t do polyester. I found some silk Joie floral blouses at Nordstrom Rack that were very tempting.

      April 19, 2018/Reply
  4. Stephanie A says:

    Re: wearable, affordable florals for spring, I am really in love with this WhoWhatWear tank from Target. It’s polyester, slightly lower quality than items mentioned in the post, but it looks fantastic tucked into a black pencil skirt and I love it.

    April 19, 2018/Reply