From New York to London, from Milan to Paris, the keywords are energy, instinct, freshness and colour. All of that in one word: flowers. Well, right now, more than ever, if you love flowery patterns, you’ll know how to pull off the trendiest seasonal looks, both in this final part of winter (which is not an easy time for flowers), both in spring and summer, to blossom into a flowery blaze. Flowers’ charm is bewitching, nostalgic, flirty and creative. Those who wear flowers are basically saying: ”I’m precious and delicate, but free and terrible like nature.”
Any occasion is great to wear patterns with bouquet, blossoms and botanic-inspired design: flowers are ready-to-wear and can be reinterpreted in many different ways. There is a gipsy shade: if you like it, highlight it with loose sweaters and suede boots. For a country-chic, folk effect, go for fringes decorating mini dresses and jackets. But most of all, always bid on a dress: a satin or silk georgette flowery dress can provide you with a perfectly balanced mix of naivety and malice, modesty and seduction.
Great also in winter and at the beginning of spring. And there are several fashion tips to pull it off without freezing to death. For example, with high-neck sweaters and huge scarves. With a bomber and a pair of suede boots. Nice also with a short padded jacket (maybe in a colour that matches the pattern), under a feather duster coat or a leather jacket, for a rock effect. The outfit could also be completed with a pair of sporty shoes (this is the magic of flowers: they seem to be limiting, but actually they are pure freedom). Finally, a flowery dress can also be worn as a maxi long-sleeved shirt, great if paired with skinny jeans. On top of it, a nice checkered jacket, which is another seasonal trend, and you’re ready to go.