How to wear florals this spring?
It was Miranda Priestly in the famous movie “The devil wears Prada” when she said that florals for spring are groundbreaking. Well, that might have been true, but the floral print is the favorite print every spring. It seems that it cannot be avoided, no matter how hard we tried. After a long, gloomy, cold winter, it is expected that our wardrobe needs a change. And somehow, florals always step in. They bring out the desire for warm, summer days and display the awaking of nature. Bright colors and different flower motifs are choices of many who just can’t wait to ditch the heavy sweaters and jackets. Looking after what the customers want, designers no matter if they like it or not, are continuing to include florals into their spring collections. Just like every spring season before, the case is the same again. Florals are popular and famous, and if you like them, then wear them. Runways have made their offer and here is what they have presented:
At LV, the florals came stitched together. They were patched on the musketeer shirts with long sleeves. The same was with the waistcoats with metallic brocade. What made the greatest impression in the audience and later on the social media, was the one-piece dress – all floral. This spliced floral dress became one of the most popular pieces of the LV collection.
It looks like daisies are Marc Jacobs’s signature flower motif. In honor of the 10th anniversary of his perfume Marc Jacobs Daisy, he dedicated the “daisy” motif on the clothing too. This season, he opted for a more noticeable look. He designed them to be eye-catching, big and mostly in primary colors.
Dolce & Gabbana
D&G decided to bring the retro flower motif back in the game. This meant that the rose flower motif would be applied to the new designs from the spring collection. The final result was roses sewed on dark backgrounds. Among them came geometric prints.
Gucci did not abandon this trend. Just on the contrary, they used Alessandro Michele’s eccentric style and creativity. The flower print on their designs came in the form of a mixture of retro florals and soft floral prints. The airy chiffon was the base, with spring colors and shades.
A new flower motif that appeared on the Kenzo runway were the Japanese blooms. Just in time before they are in the full bloom and display the most beautiful flower landscapes in the world, Kenzo designed them as prints on its garments. They came onto floaty chiffon dresses with side ruffles. The color combination was bright, with hues of pink, orange, and red.
Despite many objections that florals are boring, the fashionistas disagree. They will remain popular forever. For those who are willing to try them, there are many different styles that can be chosen – you just have to find the most appropriate one for you and be trendy!