Florals are often viewed to be a sweet and delicate print and are usually expected to look a little flirty or girly. But this time around we're giving the flower print another chance to gain some street cred. When done in a darker palette, the dainty print toughens up and becomes worthy of a nighttime appearance. Below are three key pieces you can wear with some roughed up blooms.
A third-piece staple, embroidered jackets can easily take your outfit from boring to special.
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Topshop Moto Luxe rose jacket, P4230 and Embroidered leather jacket, P18,100, Greenbelt 5; H&M Wide-cut jacket, P2990, SM Megamall; Mango Embroidered stud jacket, P6495, SM Mall of Asia; Pull & Bear Faux leather jacket with flower embroidery, P3595, SM Aura
Take cue from the '90s and wear your favorite blooms embroidered or printed on a dark-colored dress to up your LBD style.
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Mango Embossed flower gown, P4995, Trinoma; Pull & Bear Tulle dress with embroidered flowers, P1595, SM Megamall; Stradivarius Velvet floral dress, P995, Glorietta 2; Zara Printed sarong midi dress, P2995, Greenbelt 5; Ganni Simmons embroidered tulle maxi dress, P27,500, Net-a-porter
This season, go big on blooms of go home. Whether on wide-leg trousers or flared jeans, you can never have too many flower prints on a pair of pants.
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Zara Pajama palazzo trousers, P2995, SM Aura; Mango Floral print trousers, P2995, Zalora; Bench Floral culottes, P699, Zalora; Mango Floral ribbon-belted print trousers, P2995, Zalora; Zalora Collection casual cotton culottes, P1299, Zalora