While Miranda Priestly in “The Devil Wears Prada” infamously responded to an idea of florals for spring as being groundbreaking in a tone that was dripping in sarcasm, florals for spring still remains on trend.
Miranda was certainly right in the fact that florals for spring is not groundbreaking whatsoever. However, that does not mean that one should banish every floral from their wardrobe for the spring season. Florals for spring are not groundbreaking, but they are certainly still stylish.
I absolutely adore styling this Who What Wear Collection long sleeved floral dress, which has a lightweight texture that flows fluidly from the body and a print reminiscent of watercolors. The color palette is dark, which adds a level of edginess to an otherwise feminine frock.
Sadly our spring season has been colder than desired, which also made this dress a perfect option. Another highlight of this dress is the ability to be able to style it for spring, fall or winter by simply changing up accessories and shoes.
For fall I would pair the dress with a dark lip, low bun and pair of edgy booties. For winter I would add black tights, over the knee boots and a faux fur vest. My spring styling of this look was simple with studded black sandals and my favorite pair of Ray Bans.
What are your thoughts on florals for spring? Comment below and share how you would style this look.