I have really enjoyed seeing floral prints in fashion. Floral prints have had this history of looking old and unflattering. I seen so many beautiful prints that look great for women of all shades and sizes. I wanted to share some floral fashion inspirations.
The first two dresses that I am sharing are from Rue 107 (rue107.com). This company caters to women with curves and smaller sizes.
The next two floral looks are from Monif C Plus Size Fashion (monifc.com).
Here’s some fashion inspiration from Forever 21 Plus (forever21.com).
I wanted to post this look on yesterday, and didn’t get a chance to finish the post. I love the warm weather months because I can channel my bohemian style. I like wearing flowing garments and earth tones. I have always been into different prints. I would have to say floral prints are starting be my favorite prints. I found this sheer floral print kimono cardigan (Burkes Outlet, $12.99) last weekend and I’ve worn it a few times already. I chose a white t-shirt and dark turquoise skinny jeans to go with this look. It’s very simple. I wore simple white crystal studs and a gold flower ring (both of the jewelry pieces are from Old Navy for $1.99 each). I also wore a chained statement necklace.
This past Saturday I went out with my sister to run errands and go shopping for some fabrics and some things needed for some DIY projects.
The weather was beautiful. I put this simple look.
Shirt: Target $5
Yellow Pants: Wal-Mart $7
Necklace: Wal-Mart $3
Turquoise shoe: Random beauty supply store for $9
Floral Earrings: Random beauty supply store $1.49
I teased my hair as big as it could get. I love some big hair.
I’m the kinda girl who loves and has lots of t-shirts. I love dressing for the fall and winter. An easy way to transition to cooler weather is to add a blazer or jacket to a t-shirt. I created two different looks using the same t-shirt.
The floral tee is the foundation to this look. I picked pants and earrings that had colors similar to the tee. I used a textured gray blazer and boots to add more edge to the look. This look is simple.
This look has different accessories and colors. It’s softer and a little dressier with the handbag and booties.
I have a fallen in love with floral prints. When done right, floral prints are feminine and elegant. I went to this plus size consignment shop a few weeks ago for an internship I had for a celeb stylist and found some really great garments for myself and for my internship (I will be sharing all of the pieces with you over the next several days).
I found this really cute floral dress on clearance for $3. Yes $3! It was a little loose in the waist but I fixed that by adding an embellished belt from Charming Charlie for $4.99 for church. I also styled the dress with a black accessories to show options. The outfit is simple yet fabulously chic. What do ya think?