Florals for Spring? Groundbreaking!

30 April 2014

We all know that floral for spring is nothing new in the fashion world. In the Spring and Summer Collections without fail, every designer (no matter how avant garde) will allow some blossoms to creep in.

This throws up an interesting challenge to designers who, having to cater to their customers but not wanting to compromise their creativity, always find innovative and fresh ways to use florals in their collections.

I've rounded up some of the florals for spring that will rejuvenate your wardrobe whatever your budget, and inject a much needed pop of colour to get us through this transitional period from Winter to Spring!




Bring your floral inspiration back to the 90s with this graphic daisy & stripe print dress. Buy here.

These Gourmet trainers prove that mixing masculine and feminine influences will never be out of fasion. Buy here.

Keep a traditional floral print, but pair it with an on-trend cut or shape to update your look! This True Decadence swing top does just that, and comes in a luxurious satin style fabric. Now on sale too! Buy here.



By mixing traditional florals with a faded cactus print, this Matthew Williamson print injects an american romanticism into a shift dress to create the ultimate transitional piece. Buy



If you want to get inventive with wearing florals, why not look into floral inspired accessories? This Vickisarge & Sam McKnight acetate and crystal hair piece would jazz up a plain black pantsuit. Buy here.



The queen of print Mary Katrantzou is always the first to rework a seasonal staple into something new and covetable. This jewel-inspired dress is the perfect blend of volume and 1950s fit. Buy here.