5 New Ways to Rock Floral This Spring

5 New Ways to Rock Floral This Spring

When it comes to warm weather few trends, are more tried and true than florals. Wearing floral prints is an amazing way to welcome the spring season and to get excited for the incoming warmer seasons. Here are five fresh ways to rock floral this spring.

Make a Bold Statement

Florals are a fabulous way to make a bold statement with your springtime debut. No need to tone it down or wear your floral prints only as an accent or accessory. Turn up the bloom and wear a bold print piece. The best way to do this is with a summer dress. Summer dresses are made of lightweight and breathable materials, and are fit and cut in a way that makes them feel light and airy, too. All you need to do is add flowers!

Whether you prefer to go with a midi, mini, or maxi dress, wearing something in a beautiful floral print is a wonderful way to embrace the energies of spring. Floral print dresses are also versatile to dress up or dress down for an array of occasions. Style with a cute cardigan on cooler spring days, or with open-toe shoes as the weather warms up.

Add Some Texture

Florals don’t only have to be a print; they can be a texture, too. Lace and lacework designs have become super trendy lately, making it a great way to rework and rock florals this spring. Wear lace cutout florals to add texture and dimension to your outfit. While not as bold as floral prints, floral textures are a wonderful way to add a subtle and soft flowery vibe to your look. You can also explore floral embroidery or stitching as a way to integrate florals into your wardrobe this spring. Floral textures are both classy and down-to-earth chic, making them great options for any woman’s personal style.

Try New Colors

Revamp your florals by wearing them in new colors and palettes. If you tend toward neutrals, then perhaps consider bringing in some bolder colors. If you love bright and rich floral prints on equally colorful backgrounds, then perhaps try working with some neutrals, including cream, white, or earth tones. To make your florals a little more tropical and brilliant, try bigger and more dynamic prints. Swap little daisies for giant palms and passionflowers, or explore wearing bright and contrasting colors. We love the look of bright oranges and pinks, or yellows and reds. These dynamic prints look especially great on blouses or women’s skirts. Reworking your floral color scheme could be all you need to rock your florals differently this spring.

Wear as Statement Pieces With Neutrals

Go big or go home certainly has its place with prints, but sometimes we like to be a little lower key while still looking interesting. Wearing a floral print as a statement piece alongside neutrals is a fun and versatile way to wear your florals.

For example, wear a floral print blouse with a pair of jeans and a neutral blazer for a subtle pop. A great way to add florals to a professional look is to wear a neutral office outfit with a floral print scarf or shawl to create that fresh, flowery spring look. Or, try brightening your classic T-shirt and women’s jeans look with a floral print cardigan or kimono style wrap top to make even the most neutral outfit more exciting and festive for spring.

Strut Your Style in Bold Pants

We’ve enjoyed the print leggings trend over the last few years. Now we’re seeing the print pants trend and loving it just the same. While floral print pants sound a bit more daring, with the right pattern and style, they can be the perfect way to rock your spring looks. Wear a pair of floral print pants with a classic women’s linen shirt for a sophisticated outfit that’s perfect for welcoming the spring. A well-tailored pair of printed pants can enhance and flatter your silhouette. Opt for darker colors or hues, such as black and navy, with smaller floral prints for a more slimming look.

Spring is almost here, and it’s time to pull out all our favorite florals. Try revamping your approach to prints with these five fun and stylish ways to rock florals this spring.


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