Thought the seasons change we can find new ways to make our wardrobes evergreen. If you fell in love with the fresh floral patterns of summer there’s no need to put those pieces to fallow anytime soon. Continue to cultivate the bloom of florals in your fall fashion by making a few little changes in style. Try these 5 ideas for wearing fall florals!
1. Done up with Denim
Denim is a staple of everyone’s wardrobe and it happens to be a great blank canvas for florals. Try pairing your favorite flower designs with a dark wash jean like the DKNY Jeans Soho Classic Skinny Jean in “Night Fall.” Consider choosing a colorful heel that can complement one of the shades in your floral piece to tie the whole outfit together.
2. With A Classic Coat
Florals can be easily worn with form-fitting fashions for a delicate and feminine air, but when worn with different silhouettes they can also be strong and commanding. Try mixing a floral design with a boxy silhouette like a car coat or long duster. The N Natori Faux Leather Topper offers a sharp contrast in style and attitude to florals that can help reinvent the look for fall.
3. Dyed In Jewel Tones
When we think of summer colors light and bright are at the front of your minds, but for fall we want to deepen our florals to be luscious jewel tones. Think rubies, emeralds, amethyst and turquoise. The richness of these colors looks fantastic for transitioning fall florals like this June Ambrose Cigarette Pant.
4. Layered with Leather
As the air crisps up in fall we want our florals to have a hint of that same attitude. Adding leather pieces throughout our wardrobe will help us achieve that slightly cooler, bolder fall look. For skirts and dresses the best way to do this is with a leather jacket, but for a floral blouse or tank top try switching up your bottoms. This N Natori Faux Leather and Ponte Pencil Skirt will offer a superb juxtaposition against a floral top, and, in a signature black, it can be a great basis for so many other outfits!
5. Muted Intensity
Let’s hit the mute button on florals that feel too bright and sunny to match the changing skies of autumn. Tone down fall florals with muted shades like a heather gray, cool browns, navy, and dark olive. With the volume dialed down on your muted piece the florals will seem more appropriate with the season, like this June Ambrose Car Coat with a gray floral design.
How will you keep your wardrobe’s fall florals fresh?