Florals, groundbreaking. Guess what? They can actually be.
Granted, wearing a floral dress in spring can be considered a cliché, then again, it might feel out of place during winter. So, what’s a girl to do?
I like to try trends and give them my own spin, but I don’t like following rules that nobody knows who came up with in the first place. My advice is: wear whatever makes you feel good, whenever you please.
Last year I came across this super light floral bomber jacket and ever since I’ve realized the following things: 1. It’s a different way to rock florals and 2. it’s perfect to use during the windy transition months. Because let’s be honest, the struggle is real when you want to wear a sleeveless top at the beginning of spring but it’s still kind of cold during mornings and evenings, am I right? The solution is to use an easy to remove piece that it’s not completely winter attire, in this case, the light bomber jacket.
I’ve come to the realization that the key to get away with using florals in spring and don’t look like a walking cliché is to wear it smartly. Right now simplicity is best, details can make the difference, so it might be a good idea to stop the with the head to toe florals *insert Kim Kardashian at the MET Ball looking like a literal couch from your grandma’s living room here* and start using the “less is more” approach instead.
Only one of the elements of your outfit should be the flower statement. It could be your shirt, shoes, a cute pair of jeans with an embroidered flower, or maybe your jewelry. As I always say, the possibilities are endless.
What I Wore
Bomber Jacket – Zara
Pants – Zara
Sneakers – Loly in the Sky
Bag – Kate Space
Sunglasses – Ray Ban