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New Age Floral 2019

New Age Floral 2019

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Amid such colour trends with vibrant titles such as ‘jester red’ and ‘living coral’ its no wonder that floral prints are so common. Obviously, such a concept is a clear favourite this time of year anyway, but 2019 deems different, there is a heightened craze for such flowery delight, which has become rather universal.






We were inundated with the prairie-look in 2017 and this has continued through the seasons, therefore, resulting to the strength in presence for summertime.




From off the shoulder to full sleeves and front bordering frills, no matter your style, if you’re a fan of fashion, you will have probably dabbled in such a floral-splendid trend. Statement prints are abundant, so its no wonder designers alike are clashing their creations through colour and print.






Louis Vuitton started the SS season with a line full of the floral look, surprising some with a pair of dungarees combined with poesy’s and roses in print. A simple yet effective method set against a metallic background that contrasted beautifully. Despite the pretty picture this may perceive; the silhouette was also tailored with a Joan of Arc type body armour along with lace up boots. This mix is currently a true representation to certain youthful methodologies towards the conjuring of designs that can be quite theatrical and an almost juxtaposition-to-the-hilt tactic.






However, if you are feeling brave, why not incorporate the floral print with the trouser department to create a 1970s feel? The decade has been making a comeback in many forms, but embroidery within your denim is a sharp attitude to undertake. Sticking to fashion-throwbacks, we are overwhelmed with the 00s right now, for all its fashion faux pas and enchantment; we cannot help but be motivated by the decade. Therefore, if this is your style, why not opt for the mini (fully printed) skirt instead.






Boden are fantastic for bringing flowers to life in material. Their clashing prints are so ingenuous that even the quiet fashionista wouldn’t feel too bold in donning such floral attire. With lengths to ponder on along with influential styles and contrasting cuts, there are plenty of options to choose from.






Celebrities (of course) are constantly observed for their interpretation of current trends, and their own personal twists. Despite the tennis fever of Wimbledon, fashion is also a major participant on centre court. The obvious choice for off-white Ralph Lauren can become a tad tedious during the second week, but certain elite spectators did opt for the floral approach and won in style stakes, game set and match.






As we are aware, florals are a given every SS, but with the ever increasing individuality and sportswear mania to contend with, such designs have taken on a new persona, making the print even more popular than ever. Many of us should (hopefully) be making the most of this fresh and flowery attitude then!















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