Updated: Oct 25, 2020
It's finally starting to feel like Spring, as the air becomes warm and the flowers bloom. There is a lovely selection of floral pieces that we will find ourselves daydreaming about. The bright and optimistic colours you will find will brighten up your mood once we are out of this lockdown. I am looking forward to wearing the selected pieces.
Here are Springs most mood-boosting fashions that you will be dreaming about from dresses, co-ords, shorts to sleep wear.
Dorothy Perkins SS20
Dorothy Perkins SS20
Bonprix floral chiffon dress RRP £34.99
River Island Green Floral tie belted midi dress RRP £42.00
New Look Blue Floral Flippy shorts SS20 RRP £12.99
SS20 George Leaf Print leg trouser £14 (25th May) RRP £14
SS20 George Leaf print top £10 (May 25th) RRP £10
SS20 Ted Baker Graceful Stripe SS Revere RRP £26 Debenhams.
SS20 Ted Baker Stripe SS Revere RRP £26 Debenhams
River Island White Organza Floral puff sleeve top RRP £36.00
I am wearing an Asos design with a gorgeous lace-up back jumpsuit in a ditsy floral print RRP £38.
Florals can be worn for any occasion as they are so versatile whether for a cosy dinner with friends or a romantic date night. You can even sleep in florals. This pattern just adds the right amount of colour to make your outfit pop and stand out, even at night.
The allure of florals here is sophisticated and chic. The flowy and loose look gives it such a comfy but chic vibe. Nowadays florals are a wardrobe staple.
Here is a little bit of history SO!!!!!! Long ago, flowers held deep meaning and symbolism, which people wished to imbue into their clothing. Wearing florals is a symbol of femininity "a language of flowers" which was prevalent in different
cultures and time periods, and allowed for diversity in the pattern. Florals will always be a timeless classic.
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