Floral patterned clothing is normally reserved for spring. They add a freshness and a softness to the wearer’s outfit marking the change of seasons after a cold hard winter. My personal style tends to be a little bit more simple and edgy so florals rarely make an appearance in my wardrobe – the one exception is if I find a darker floral pattern that I can integrate into my wardrobe. Thankfully this fall darker florals are trending in a big way. From jackets and dresses to blouses and bombers, fall florals are everywhere this season. The darker, more muted colours blend seamlessly with other fall trends such as red clothing and accessories , velvet and gorgeous suiting
Fall florals can work for most people’s styles – the key is to pair it with things that you already own and love. I love to toughen up the look by pairing it with darker denim, leather jackets or leggings and booties. Here are some of my favourite fall floral looks this season.
All images from http://www.pinterest.com
What is your favourite way to rock fall florals? Let me know in the comment section below!
I hope that you have a beautiful day! XXS
I love how wearing a specific colour can influence your mood. White is innocent and fresh, black is sophisticated and unfussy and red……well red screams power and confidence – red gets you noticed. While I am generally a fairly shy person who is really not comfortable with a lot of attention, wearing red makes me feel strong, confident and in control. Wearing red helps me to tap into my superpowers and in many ways is my not so secret weapon. I was thrilled when I saw a ton of red gracing the Fall 2017 runways – Fendi, Jil Sanders and Victoria Beckham all showed gorgeous looks. The street style take on this bold trend is just as fabulous – full red suits and bold accessories are definitely a trend that I can get behind. Here are some of my favourite looks featuring this trend both on and off the runway:
Photo Credits: Featured Image – @jenniferfisherjewelry, Runway – http://www.elle.com, Street Style – http://www.pinterest.com, google images
I hope that you have a fabulous day! XXS
In the fashion world February and September are referred to as fashion months. It is during these months that major fashion shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris are held. Bloggers and the fashion elite flock to these cities and in recent years are photographed headed to the shows – this is often referred to as street style. While the major shows are great and show the upcoming collections from well known brands and designers along with a few that are gaining traction on the world stage, I love looking at the styles from the lesser known fashion weeks. If you have been following this blog for a while, it should come as no surprise to you that I have a special place in my heart for Scandinavian design. While I normally show my affection by spotlighting various interiors with Scandinavian influence on Stylishly Zen, I would be remiss if I didn’t shine the spotlight on the fabulous street style and fashion from these countries. As a former fashion executive, I find the fashion styling in these countries fabulous, inspiring and distinctly Scandinavian. Fashionable yet effortlessly cool and unique, these looks are gorgeous and inspiring. Love! Love! Love!
This past August Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm all held their fashion shows to showcase their Spring/Summer 2018 collections, so over the next couple of weeks I will be showcasing my favourite looks (both street style and shows) here on Stylishly Zen starting today with street style from Oslo. So without further adieu, enjoy!
All images from http://www.harpersbazaar.com.sg
I hope that you have a beautiful and fashionable day! XXS