Five Florals to Add Spring to Your Wardrobe
Are you ready for spring yet? If you are lkke me, I was pretty much ready as soon as the first snow melted here in Maryland. But even if warmer temperatures aren’t quite here yet, that shouldn’t stop you from adding some springy florals to your wardrobe.
You know that emoticon that has heart eyes? Yeah, well when I look at this blazer for $69.99 from ModCloth I totally look like that. How insanely beautiful is this blazer?! It can totally liven up a plain outfit of a t-shirt and jeans, go over a solid colored dress or be mixed in with a pencil skirt and blouse for work. This one is definitely going on my wish list! Save money on your purchase by using a Modcloth discount code.
I love a dark floral, because it’s super easy to wear year-round. This Calanthe Petite Dress from Anthropologie (it’s a petite, for my shorter ladies) for $188 would look great with black tights, boots and a sweater while it’s still cold outside. Then, once warmer weather arrives, just add a pair of strappy pumps and you’re good to go.
A pretty black and white floral blouse like this Daniel Rainn Short Sleeve Blouse from Nordstrom Rack can probably go with half of what’s already in your closet. Sure, you can pair it with a black blazer and trousers for a workday look, or you can get a little sassy with a brightly colored high-waisted pencil skirt and sky-high heels. If you want to turn up the heat a little more, try this floral tube top from H&M for $4. You can use it as a base layer during the day and then show it off after work!
I love a “busy” skirt to mix in with my solids and this a-line skirt from J.Crew in hibiscus print on sale for $79.99 is just absolutely gorgeous. The shape is super flattering and the hibiscus print is really special and fun. You can definitely wear this now with tights and a long sleeve top or cardigan and later with a mixed-print t-shirt. If you are more of a mini skirt kind of lady, check out this hot number from ASOS for $38. It has a bodycon fit with a vintage floral print.
This beautiful floral scarf from Loft for $39.50 can be worn in so many ways – a scarf, a shrug, a sarong and more! Even better, the scarf was handcrafted by the Village Ways Charitable Trust artisan community, which means by buying it, you’re helping them provide their families with a better future.
Article by Joules Dellinger
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