Afraid of looking too precious in floral prints? Or maybe even seen (and heard!) as a lightweight, especially on the job?
But, you still are intrigued by this über popular trend and, besides, who is immune to spring fever?!
I’m here to tell you it is possible to wear floral prints and not come across looking cutesy.
The main trick is to pay attention to color palette, design and styling choices. Select flowered garments and accessories with clean lines and no frilly bows, ruffles, etcetera. See above for more specific tips.
Do any of these fears resonate with you? If so, have I convinced you to give florals a try?
Image credit, clockwise from top left: JCrew No. 2 Pencil Skirt in Gardenshade Floral
$128 $98, available at JCrew; Kate Spade New York Japanese Floral Embossed Lacey Wallet $188, available at Nordstrom; Zara Floral Print Blazer $89.90, available at Zara; Runway, Mary Katrantzou S/S 2012 via Marcio Madiera/firstVIEW Vogue.com; Laura G. Adams Blue Flower Necklace $90, available at Max&Chloe; Thayer Go Deep Printed Dress $303, available at Shopbop; Current/Elliotte The Floral Stiletto Jeans $214, available at Shopbop; TOMS Corbel Classic Slip-On $53.95, available at Nordstrom.