Flower prints now ensure spring feelings
What shouldn’t be missing in any household or wardrobe in spring? Flower! When it comes to fashion, flower power is the order of the day.
When it comes to fashion, March is all about flower power! Flower prints in a wide variety of shapes and colors are getting us in the mood for spring. It starts with dresses and blouses and ends with accessories. This is how celebrities and designers do it.
Skirts and dark fabrics as a base
Fashionable examples of how popular and versatile floral prints can be are provided by the most recent fashion show by Dior at Paris Fashion Week. An it-piece with colorful flowers was integrated into almost every look. Designers are currently mainly using dark fabrics with light blossoms. A corresponding example was shown by the Japanese model Ayaka Miyoshi (26). The 26 year old enthusiastic in an ensemble made of a transparent lace top and a floor-length satin skirt with a high leg slit and rose prints. In addition, knee-high boots, a handbag in taupe and bright red lipstick were used.
Fashion blogger Caro Daur (27) also did not miss the Dior show. Suitable for the floral collection she appeared in a strapless mini dress in yellow with black floral pattern. Black boots, a yellow mini bag and gold and silver chains completed the fashion week look.
Floral accents can also be set with accessories that are covered all over with flowers. Embroidered shoulder bags or printed boots and lace-up shoes also ensure spring fever.
3D flowers à la Zendaya
3D flower power is also making the rounds, but it’s a lot more extravagant. After all, the futuristic style is not for everyone and is not necessarily suitable for everyday use. Singer and actress Zendaya (26) pulled at the SAG Awards with her pink satin dress, whose train was covered all over with roses, drew everyone’s attention. The flowers gave the robe a playful and romantic touch.