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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear Floral Prints In Style?

Floral prints are back as predicted come spring. With more diverse hues and bolder designs to choose from, we are as always spoiled for choice. For this post, we’ll take a look at how to wear floral prints without turning into a complete flower garden.

Well, these looks will definitely work for those who are not too keen with the trend but would like to have a dose of floral prints in their wardrobe. You know, a kind of a floral attired look that will work on most of us.

Thanks to these awesome lookbookers, you’ll know exactly what I mean. Instead of wearing the trend just because the media is hyping it left and right, incorporate floral prints into your existing outfit style just as needed and that means one floral printed piece at a time.

In cases where you have to add more, just make sure to choose floral prints that are subtler(in color and design) than the main one to prevent looking like an optical mess.

Wear tons of confidence and walk with a spring in your step, you’ll be set to seize the sunnier part of the year with good spirit and style.

Below are some of the flower power looks that I find most easy on the eyes:

floral skirt by Bershka

shorts from Thrift Store

floral shorts by Stash

floral blouse with peplum waist by Guess

floral sleeveless shirt by Romwe

shorts by Choies

What do you think of these ‘less is more’ floral looks? For me, they carry just enough of sweetness without appearing too overpowering for everyday wear. Share your own thoughts below, we’d love to hear from you!

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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