“Florals for spring? How groundbreaking.”
If you are familiar with The Devil Wears Prada, then you know that this quote is not only overused (I just couldn’t help myself- haha), but that the floral trend is also seriously synonymous with spring and summer fashion. However, when you see designers like Michael Kors using flowers to make a fur jacket pop, you know florals have officially
taken over crossed over to fall. With this unlikely transition, I can’t help but wonder: Is floral the new neutral?
Well, Michael Kors wasn’t the only one to incorporated chic blooms into fall designs. Josep Font brought his extraordinary vision to life at Delpozo when he adorned sleeves with 3D lotus blossoms and lilies. We also saw head-to-toe floral frocks at Zac Posen, and Demna Gvasalia even mixed several flower-based patterns together for an unexpected punk vibe at Balenciaga.
With all these different options when it comes to wearing florals for fall, my style mavens, I think it is pretty clear that this trend has really bloomed and that florals are here to stay.