When spring arrives the catwalks are awash with floral prints and flower appliques making us feel fresh for the new season. This year, florals are blooming early, with fashionable flowers being this season’s surprise favourite print. This typically good girl print has been given a bad girl makeover with the use of dark colours, thick textures and sheer panels. Use floral pieces to brighten up your winter wardrobe, with key brands like Dolce and Gabbana and Gucci all reinterpreting this classic pretty print into a new era and we love it!
Add a romantic edge to your wardrobe with Gucci’s new season florals. If florals are your fancy we’ve found the dress of your dreams. The piece of the season seen on the streets of Milan and New York is the Gucci Geranium-print silk dress, with a 70’s inspired silhouette and trimmed with pleated ruffles, this will work perfectly with subtle leather accessories, let the dress do the talking.
By Malene Birger
You do not have to dress head to toe in floral garments to incorporate the trend into you're A/W15 wardrobe, By Malene Birger represent this perfectly in their retro inspired Arianne Coat. The feminine floral print is contrasted with the masculine silhouette of the coat making this a great transitional piece for the cooler months.
Dolce and Gabbana
Opt for darker colours to introduce a moodier palette into you're winter wardrobe. Dolce & Gabbana have ditched the William Morris esque wallpaper print that has graced their catwalk’s for many years and opted for a theme of dark romance. Single thorn roses sit on top of brocade cotton and structured feminine silhouettes. Team this look with red accessories for perfect festive party wear.
Versus Versace have chosen to introduce florals into everyday wear and soften the brands typically punk aesthetic this season. A bouquet of flowers is printed onto translucent panels, playsuits and trousers. Take the sheer floral blouse and pair with form fitting leather trousers or tuck into high-waisted jeans for a look that will leave you feeling anything but a wallflower this winter.