January 22, 2018
We know winter isn't the season for bright flowers. But when the days are short and cold, there's something nice about wearing an outfit that makes you happy. If that means a rose here or a daisy there, we're all for it. But since we know that it still might feel like a challenge to figure out how to wear florals in the winter, we're here to offer all the layering and styling ideas you might need. Below, we're highlighting 20 seasonal floral ensembles that will look good through temperatures however high or low.
Play with bold colors and mixed prints. When in doubt, try a simple detail like shoes. Add tights and boots to a floral maxi dress. Bring out your warm weather pieces and pair with over-the-knee boots. Jewel tones feel especially appropriate during the cold months. Embrace layering and pile on seasonal pieces over warmer-weather florals. When the temperatures allow, try shorts. A floaty skirt gets a winter twist with the addition of a turtleneck and polished blazer. For those spending winter in warmer climates, embrace the seasonal color palette and swap neons for softer hues like blues and pale yellow. Grab your favorite floral dress and layer it over jeans to ensure you'll be warm. A textured coat adds balance to colorful florals. If over-the-top florals aren't your style, keep things simple with a more minimal design. Floral pants might not feel as easy to wear as your go-to pair of jeans, but paired with seasonal basics, they're the perfect statement style. A leather jacket gets a feminine twist in a subtle floral print. A chunky knit and coordinated floral skirt make for a simple yet effective combination. Don't be afraid to try the dramatic and pick a dress in one eye-catching hue. If you're worried about the temperature, layer your favorite floaty floral with winter staples like a leather jacket. Florals and plaids may not be a typical combination, but in a coordinated color palette, it works. Try mixing and matching unexpected and uncoordinated pieces for a statement-making look. A bomber jacket and ankle boots are winter staples that will pair easily with just about any floral maxi.
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