Break out into the world of the garden and all things natural.
Take inspiration from River Island…
The range includes floaty lace pieces in pretty peach colours, low-cut floral dresses and tops for the less endowed, high neck 70’s inspired daisy dresses reminiscent of the Twiggy days and Missoni inspired tribal tunics.
Add a floppy hats and your look will ooze money. LLLB
PRINTED SUMMER DRESSES
TREND : Water Colour
Show your playful side in this cute water-colour floral prom dress by Kaleidoscope , £65. Combine bold colours and delicate patterns for this trend to make it the centerpiece of your outfit. Compliment by wearing with minimal accessories in any of the colours.
TREND: Tropical Prints
House Of Holland and Stella McCartney both showed off their tropical designs on the catwalk for SS11. Get in on the action with this YOGO EGO Full Floral Print Prom Dress for just £30
TREND: Vintage Patterns
So cheap you could actually pretend it’s vintage! Floaty Sleeve Chiffon Floral Dress from Rare, £36
TREND: 50’s Print
So ladylike and elegant with its tucked in waist and over the knee-length, perfect for canoodling in meadows. Meadow white floral prom dress, Monsoon – £95
It’s getting warmer!!
Is it time to get the floral skirts out yet?…I think so!
Our new Spring obsession?
No longer the trend of grannies everywhere the floral skirt has made its way into our shops and wardrobes. Rather than make your top half the centerpiece, veer downwards and mix up your look a little. I love this skirt pulled high and nipped in with a tan belt and a plain white vest top. Try it now with biker boots and light cardigans and later with gladiator sandals or light wedges.
And if a full length skirt is not your thing, try a tiered ra-ra skirt, a body con style or a bubble hem design.
Wear with …
… Eclipse gold chain necklace from Monsoon.