It’s a trend that comes around every spring and yes, it might not be groundbreaking but nothing says like it’s-nearly-summer, like florals.
And so versatile they are too – wear them to the office, at the weekend or a special occasion with our style tips. And if you’re not too keen, why not go for a subtle approach with an accessory instead?
We show you seven ways to wear this girly, feminine trend this season with the best picks from the high street, from as little as £10.
1. For the weekend
A comfortable cotton skirt with classic Breton stripes creates a stylish weekend wardrobe. Wear yours with mules or even a comfortable pair of trainers.
2. The must-have jacket
A lightweight jacket is a wardrobe essential and a bomber is the style to be seen in this season. This fabulous floral design is a great choice.
- Floral-print bomber, £29.99, New Look
- Stripe roll neck, £20, Look Again
- Navy trousers, £29.99, Lindex
- Stan Smiths, £62, Adidas at ASOS
3. Dress it up
An elegant wrap dress will flatter any figure. This striking silk kimono is perfect for a special summer event.
4. Make it work for the office
Introduce florals to your work wardrobe with a sophisticated cropped blazer. This stylish navy design looks great with tailored trousers and simple shift dresses too.
- Suit jacket, £39, Very
- Pink T-shirt, £32, Topshop
- White pocket pencil skirt, £55, Topshop
- Heels, £70, Dune
5. Show off your figure
Show off this season’s paper-bag waist by tucking in a lightweight knit like this one from Laura Ashley.
6. Head-to-toe florals
Matchy-matchy prints are the thing to be seen in so coordinate these tropical florals for a striking spring look. If wearing them
head-to-toe is a little intimidating, team loud trousers with a white shirt.
- Gok tie-waist blouse, £22
- Gok tailored trousers, £30, both Tu at Sainsbury’s
- Wedges, £45, M&S
- Orange cardigan, £65, Benetton
- Sunglasses, £10, Dune
7. Back to basics
A simple bell-sleeve blouse is an easy way to wear florals.