Trend Posting- The Never Ending Floral Fashion Story

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It seems flowers are a never-ending floral fashion story this year. Adorable flower prints are the surprising addition to the Fall Winter 2014 collections. Large multi-coloured roses are printed on organza, silk, satin knits and even leather. The beautiful floral prints seen at the Carolina Herrera Pre- Fall 2013, Valentino Fall 2013 and Mary Katrantzou 2013-14 collections, set one of the hottest trends this season.

A full midi floral skirt or a floral dress are definitely worth investing.  Just in case you are wondering if the flower power will continue this spring? The answer is yes. I love the MSGM explosive prints of the 2014 resort collection and the inspiring styling in their lookbook. Massimo Giorgetti is mixing feminine floral bombers, sporty track pants, groovy tie dye trousers, boyish camo mini skirts and rugby sweaters…perfection! Enjoy the floral inspiration…This winter will be colorful…

Dolce and Gabbana Fall Winter 2013-14
Dolce and Gabbana
Beautiful Winter Wonderland editorial from Harper's Bazaar of the Caven Coat from our AW13 collection !
Beautiful Winter Wonderland editorial from Harper’s Bazaar of the Caven Coat from our AW13 collection !
Mary Katrantzou Resort 2014
Mary Katrantzou Resort 2014
MSGM
MSGM Resort 2014 Lookbook
MSGM Resort  2014 Floral Lookbook
MSGM Resort 2014 Lookbook

Floral quote

Amlul
Amlul- Gala Gonzalez

Winter Floral Fashion

Stay tuned for my floral dress outfit post!

Have a lovely Day!!!

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11 Comments
  1. There are so many beautiful prints here. I always love winters florals, great for braking up all the black, lovely post Nina 🙂

    Take care,
    Daniella xox

  2. Hi Nina! I just adore floral patterns and I am really happy that the trend will continue through the year. I need a pair of pants in dark floral for the fall/winter indeed!:) Have great day, kisses! xo

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