After a long winter, romance is floating in the air again. Roses and poppies have thrived on the catwalk and found the place on the most beautiful dresses. Flowers of all kinds and all colors have brought fresh air garden in the middle of urban bustle, with prints, embroideries and applications. The most big fashion designers use them.
Flower Power- beyond the privileged place they occupy in these seasonal classic floral prints were done seen some collections that explores graphic and modernist rather than delicate and suave.
Floral trend this spring is not exactly a revelation in fashion, but we love how designers reinterpret it each year.
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have chosen once again their inspiration from Sicily and almond flowers. Have transposed in the vaporous dresses the pictures and the flowers; also less predictable materials such as lacquered silk in tones of ripe plums.
Also in Milan, Marni has transformed the look of delicate flowers in one edgy and very modern, using oversized prints and masculine cuts.
Mixed Bouquet- an explosion of florals burst from the catwalks, as green-fingered designers cultivated a flower-strewn spring/summer.
This season's florals encompass the whole range from pastel pretty to techo sport and make an irresistable motif for this spring season.
True romance- the country garden arrangements in softly pretty hues conjure an air of virtuous romance. Add ultra feminine shapes and the air of girlish charm is complete.
Midnight garden- floral descover a heart of darkness when scattered across a sombre black back ground. Here the sugary romance of pastel hues is abandoned and lush blooms take on a sensual, hot house glamour.
3D detail- appliqued flowers are this season's loveliest detail.
A fresh alternative to this trend would be to wear flowers in your hair, as accessories. Designers offer a variety of accessories that will bring spring into your outfit. Regardless of the approach, I suggest you try a total look that can combine various floral prints. There are too many rules to follow. The most important: choose a dominant color and just add other shades to match.