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Fashionista NOW: 7 Ways Bloggers Slay The Dark Floral Print Fashion Trend

Fashionista NOW: 7 Ways Bloggers Slay The Dark Floral Print Fashion Trend

Credit | Kayla J.

Wonder how to ease floral prints back into your wardrobe after you’ve gone all out with the minimalist and/or athleisure fashion obsession? Find out here!

Floral prints had taken the backseat of my fashion focus in 2016 but by the tail end of last year, the prints cropped back up. It seems that the blooms are going to be everywhere judging from the landscape of print choices worn by street style fashionistas on Lookbook.

While animal prints like leopard, and neutral prints like polka dots, stripes and plaids keep their presence palpable throughout the yearly fashion affair, I suspect the more laidback and fuss-free minimalist looks have quite obliterated the more visual floral expressions but if you’re about experimenting something not totally new but more visual in contrast, flower prints in neutral or dark backgrounds or are made to team with dark or neutral separates can be your option in 2017.

After trawling LB for some cool dark flora inspo, I found these 7 looks that make me want to get on the floral fashion bandwagon once more! Hope you find them as inspiring as I did.

Which floral look is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!

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