Thursday, March 20, 2008


Every spring, every single magazine writes the same thing: bring on the florals, it's their time! Ya, it's easy to say that floral prints are in trend, but what exactly it is trendy this particular spring?

Black and white florals

Designers like Oscar de la Renta, Roberto Cavalli or Temperley London offer this spring a new life for the classic black and white color scheme: floral prints in black and white, creating bold monochrome patterns.

For a casual look, match those dresses with a pair of tights in bold colors like blue or fuchsia and black ballerinas. For a more elegant touch, add high heels in black and white, and nude stockings.

Floral print shoes

Olivia Morris collaborated with textile designer Celia Birtwell in creating multicolored satin gorgeous shoes. Since the focus will definitely be on your shoes, i suggest pairing them with an all-black dress or ensemble.

Unusual combinations

It is a skull, but if you look closer, you can see the floral motif. Good girl undercover, what else to expect from Alexander McQueen.


I've already said that yellow is the new red, and you can be sure of that by counting the amount of yellow in the floral dresses and tops this spring. Diane vor Furstenberg or Tibi are among the designers that choosed the yellow way.

And at the end, i could not resist to add the most unusual clutch I've ever seen: Cherry wood floral engraved box clutch by Stella McCartney.

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