5 Floral Dresses to Shop Now
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Why wait for April showers when you can have flowers now? Florals have evolved from their days of dainty pastel prints and have blossomed into beautiful and playful styles in just about every shape or size. This spring everything from maxi to mini dresses can be seen styled in bold, eye-catching designs. So if the thought of winter lasting any longer has you dreaming of sunny skies then look no further than the latest installment of floral prints to hit the dress market.
Spring florals can often be an ode to romance. Heirloom styling with petite embroidery and intricate detailing give off the feeling of femininity. Styled in a sweeping maxi dress or long sleeved mini, this print can be the perfect style to channel your inner Victorian romantic.
THE 1960'S MINI
If you consider your legs to be your greatest asset then this is the style for you! Both fun and modern the 1960s floral is youthful and full of life. In bold prints reminiscent of Missoni and Prada these floral designs are perfect for any special gathering. To style for a dressier occasion or springtime wedding pair with a chunky block heel, the look will be a blast from the past but, completely modernized.
THE NEW MODERN
Living in the digital age everything is at our fingertips, including the way some designer are creating their floral designs. With a bit of manipulation digitalized designs are making their way into modern silhouettes of moody jewel tone hues. For business or play opt for a sleek sheath or fit n flare dress. These often look great when styled with a skinny belt to accent the waistline.
Carefree living is the vibe of this southern California inspired style. Soft florals in shades of dusty browns or burnt reds are a complete departure from most other flowery styles. Thanks to brands like Free People, these are becoming more and more popular. For the ultimate cool girl style, pair a mini dress with a pair of ankle boots.
EMBELLISHMENTS & EMBROIDERY
Many new and upcoming designers are setting trends by creating works of art with embellishments and embroidered details. These intricately woven designs showcase sophisticated taste and style for the fashion famed. These dressier silhouettes are youthful without looking childish, and often bare a midriff or exposed shoulder. To style, this floral opt for a simple ankle strap heel or block wedge.