Posts Tagged ‘floral prints’

Romantic Florals

October 26, 2014

Where there is romance there are flowers, and this season wedding gowns and evening wear are in full bloom with floral motifs providing a fresh perspective to the category.

Dimensional flowers adorned clothing and accessories alike during the recent fashion weeks, and the bridal collections are following suit. Amal Alamudden reinforced the trend, by wearing a beautiful short lace dress with 3-D flowers by Giambattista Valli, the day after her wedding to actor George Clooney.

Claire Pettibone used colored embroidery to create a rich tapestry effect on lace gowns, inspired by Dutch master Rachel Ruysch:

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Reem Acra wrapped floral garlands around frothy bridal confections:




Elizabeth Filmore and Claire Pettibone used delicate floral prints for romantic gowns.



This dessert takes the cake, with floral decorated icing and it’s own bouquet.



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Festival Chic: Vintage Floral Toppers

April 18, 2014

Music festival style is a well curated melange of denim, merged with feminine items with a bohemian vibe. While this look may not work for most of us on a day to day basis, there are great items to incorporate into your wardrobe to add an element of boho chic.

The sheer floral print top was a big trend at Coachella. Whether it’s a vintage robe or dress, or a new piece inspired by them, these were the topper of choice over denim shorts and bra tops.


This floral piece with flounced sleeves adds a girlie touch to distressed denim and an oversized tee. Accessories compete the look.


Long and languid cabbage roses top a laced edge camisole and cutoffs.


Lingerie inspired boy shorts and bra top are covered by a floral kimono.


High waisted shorts and cropped top are feminized by a long sheer rose printed robe.

Want to try to inject this into your wardrobe? Try a floral top or dress over jeans, slim pants or even a pencil skirt.  Add some necklaces, and channel your inner hippie.

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