Flowers have so much meaning in different cultures around the world. To us, they signify the coming of spring, of warm weather and picnics in nature and the feelings of excitement and expectation.
Flower motifs have always been in style, from the days of Marie Antoinette to today, they have remained relevant and feminine. Flower prints decorated our clothes when we were little girls and continue to, to this day.
Flowers usually have big presence at the spring collections, this year’s collections were no exception, and we have styled them for warm weather outfits here and here. This time, however, we decided to bring spring into our lives a little early and make the trend cold-weather appropriate too!
A Rose by any other name
Vera wore a sequined oversized asymmetrical cut top over a striped and polka dotted dress and hip hugging mini skirt. She wore flower and butterfly print pale tights, over the knee boots and a rose print scarf.
Vera’s sequined top and edgy boots gave her romantic pale tights more of a hip edge.
Rony wore a flower print asymmetrical cut skirt with an oversized sweater and a white button down shirt. She wore rose print tights, high heeled ankle boots and a green wool scarf.
Rony’s forest green scarf is the perfect addition to this garden-themed outfit. Rony’s print mixing made the outfit interesting and cool; she kept it from getting too busy by putting the prints together with neutral colors.
We encourage all of you fabulous fashionistas to boldly mix prints, it’s so much fun!
Ready for Spring
Vera wore her spring-inspired tights with a white button down blouse, purple knit cardigan, chiffon overlay skirt, moccasins, and lots of colorful jewelry.
The mix of colors in Vera’s outfit is perfect for the coming spring. Her knit cardigan makes the outfit wearable during the transition between the seasons.
Rony wore her flowered skirt and tights with a white button down shirt, asymmetrical cut blazer, velvet green pumps and colorful jewelry.
Rony’s light blazer makes this outfit business-like and office ready.
The inspiration for the post came from the beautiful roses at ProFlowers! Click here to smell the roses even if flowers aren’t blooming yet where you are!
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V & R