Fashion Trend Alert: The effortless floral print!
April showers definitely brought May flowers, and the proof has been splattered on almost every article of clothing (and accessory) in stores this year. Not only are graphic floral prints showing upÂ on dresses, but leggings, purses, necklaces, and even Doc Marten boots.Â Ladies, don’t beÂ intimidatedÂ when you spot this trend on your nearest mannequin…remember to be fearless and try it on! There are unlimited options that many women can wear (no matter your shape or size!)
* ExhibitÂ A: Floral Printed Skirt, Cinched With a Skinny Belt
This is one of the many ways mommas can rock this trend. The floral printed skirt looks amazing with a loose Chambray shirt (as pictured above). ThisÂ outfit is perfect for the weekend (when youÂ are on the go to the grocery orÂ your child’sÂ soccer tournament). Try wearing it with a neutral colored gladiatorÂ sandalÂ (with neatly manicured toes), and you will make the outfit pop. Add a simple pair of pearl earringsÂ or gold hoop earrings, and this look willÂ be ultra feminine and chic.
*Exhibit B: Floral Printed Dress, With a Fitted Cardigan Cinched With a Belt
This look just screams “chic”! A floral dress can be paired with a nice fitted cardigan (and cinched with a belt) to create a classy, yet comfortable outfit. Many women are rocking this look with Oxfords and simple accessories like a large, one snap clutch, simple earrings, or a statement necklace. For those Makeover Mommas who are a bit more edgy, a nice pair of bootsÂ like Doc MartensÂ will look grungy,Â yet put together (perfect for teaching your toddler the meaning of “opposites”).
No matter how you decide to wear these graphic floral prints, rock it with confidence and your own flair. Enjoy these fashion tips and explore all your options!
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