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Update your blooms.
Florals for spring (er, summer)? Groundbreaking. In a tropical pin like ours, a floral print is always a given, but as the years drone on, trends shift, and the truly style-savvy must learn to adapt. Here are three chic, of-the-moment routes to
It's got vintage flair and the most interesting brand name.
Romance is in the air...or should we say "wear"? Bea Soriano-Dee's newest floral frock, an acquisition from cool, Gothic-flavored label The Vampire's Wife, is a total storybook heroine dream.The high-necked, tight-waisted dress, officially dubbed The Songbird, echoes the silhouette made famous by
Summer OOTD inspo, coming your way!
Trend report alert! Florals for spring really are groundbreaking, as demonstrated by the runways over at Marques ' Almeida, Chloé, Balenciaga, Dries Van Noten, and Erdem, to name a few. The upgrade? All the freshest blooms are maximalist and in-your-face. After all,
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
Florals for winter? Groundbreaking, indeed!
We have neither fall nor winter in the tropics, which makes it quite refreshing to see trends from the New York Fashion Week every now and then, especially when we find ones that are actually wearable in the country. Below are seven
See how this bride-to-be demonstrates the meaning of flower power.
Floral prints are a must in every girl’s closet. While it’s true that looking feminine and dainty is not everyone’s cup of tea, it’s also a fact that this classic print never gets old regardless of the year or the season that
Learn how you can wear florals no matter what the season is.
If the blossoming trend of florals is something you look forward to when summertime sets in, then you're in for a treat. This week, we show you the different blooming bouquets you can sport whether you're in the middle of a Christmas
The Style Bible editors head to Rustan's to show different ways to style blooming pieces.
DOWNTOWN FLORAL"I always temper feminine with some edge; too much of the dainty, and it overwhelms my features. I also love outfits I can move around the city in. The neon cutout floral top injects some zing and offsets the pastel pants. Tougher accessories, like