5 ways to wear florals
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Florals for spring. I know what you're thinking - groundbreaking, right?
Well, not exactly. But that doesn't make them any less desireable!
Whatever high street store you’re in, there's guaranteed to be surplus varieties of floral dresses; bright tea dresses, flowing maxi’s, tailored ocassionwear. It’s the pattern we know and love, an old comfort we go back to time and time again. Which begs the question, why buy more than one?
ASOS, Midi Slip Dress in Grunge Floral, £19.00
Okay. I know what you're thinking. But really, there's no need to panic about re-wearing that same dress day-in-day-out. With a little imagination, you could wear the same floral fabric 5-days-straight, and the only thing people would notice, is how damn great you look!
Don't believe me? Watch and learn ladies.
Here's my favourite 5 ways to wear my ONLY floral dress:
1. Biker-Chick Style
Proving that wearing a flowery dress need not be all about being girly.
This works so well and is an old classic, giving a floral number a rocky spin. In my opinion, the girlier, sweeter and prettier the dress, the cooler it looks when combined with some black leather.
Add some fishnet tights and classic biker boots, if you dare go even edgier.
Faux Leather Biker Jacket £49.99 from H&M
2. Get Preppy
Clean white trainers and a basic white tee casual down a floral dress but still leave you looking smart and put together.
A perfect look for anything from a day trip to a casual work outfit. And a sneaky way to show off your tan against the white.
Stan Smith Bold Shoes £42.48 Adidas sale & Pieces folded sleeve t-shirt £12 ASOS
3. Perfect for Picnics
A little obvious, but always an easy one to pull off!
Go for a light denim jacket and some cute sandals for a great, easy summer look - this one will take you straight from a shopping trip to a night at a beer garden! Easy and quick to put together for a last minute outfit that’s always a winner.
Light blue oversized ripped denim jacket £45 & Nude Tassel Fringe Ghillie Sandal £18 PLT
4. Your Autumn Transition
Perhaps not an outfit for the current climate (thankfully), but this is a great way to transition to autumn/winter whilst still hanging on to that summer feeling!
Throw a jumper on top and pair with casual ankle boots for a chilled outfit that is so comfortable and practical. Just add thick tights when the chilly nights are upon us and you’re sorted!
Black Off Shoulder Cropped Knitted Jumper £12 Missguided & Vegan Flora Chelsea Boots £125 Dr Martens5. Dress it Up!
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