How-to: rock winter florals right
So you may have noticed that florals are causing quite a flurry – and we’re nowhere near spring! Weird eh? No, not so much. As long as you know how you should be wearing florals in winter, then there’s no reason why you can’t be ahead of the trend when it starts to get chilly.
Be sure to weave floral fabrics into your outfits by teaming them with block colours and no other patterns. For winter, floral blazers (like the one below from Sabo Skirt) are the perfect way to bring this normally springtime style into your winter wardrobe. Likewise, the floral print leggings below from Glassons look fabulous when teamed with a block-coloured jumper or long-sleeved top when you want to dress up your dowdy winter wardrobe. Warmth and style rolled into one? That’s what winter florals are all about!
Oh, so you want other tips on how to getthe most out of your winter floral pieces? Easy.
- - Keep your nails nude. Let your florals do the talking by sticking to a creamy neutral nail that’s still hot property. Bio Sculpture has four winter warming nudes that are oh-so hot. We love the #2096 salmon beige shade for a bang-on-trend hue.
- - Team it with textures. Keep your outfits interesting by teaming textured fabrics like crochet, corduroy and velvet with your floral pieces. The clashing of textures makes for one very eye-catching outfit.
- - Make waves. Even though it’s cold, keep an element of spring incorporated into your look by rocking pretty waves. Note: as there is next to no humidity during the winter months, your waves are more likely to stay in place longer! Why not try using the VS Sassoon Wave Magic™ styler for effortless curls?
sabo skirt Soft Floral Blazer - Pink, $58, https://saboskirt.com/
Glassons Floral Print Leggings, $16.19, http://www.glassons.com/