From long flowy jackets to body-hugging pencil skirts, sheath dresses to light-weight saris- florals are sitting prettily on every piece of clothing that makes summer fun. Like every year, this time too, the floral trend is ruling the spring-summer season. And we are not complaining, especially when they spruce up our look with freshness, feminity and romance.
With the high-street and local market bombarded with floral print pieces, laying your hands on the right piece can be quite challenging. We bring to you celeb inspiration to help you make the correct floral choice and to help you style the floral pieces you already own.
Actor Kangana Ranaut looks like a breeze of fresh air in her floral sheath dress. To cut the feminity, wear it with leather heeled booties and you’re all set to rock n’ roll.
If you can find a floral robe jacket, like the one adorned by actor Kalki Koechlin, grab it with all your life. Wearing long coats with tubes or crop tops is a great style idea.
Actor Alia Bhatt makes for a beautiful vision in her breezy floral dress. Look for dresses with interesting sleeves and hemlines to break the monotony.
Rescue a floral print sari from your mom’s wardrobe and bring it to life by wearing it with an embroidered or mirror-work blouse. And, if you can manage to drape your sari like actor Sonam Kapoor, there’s no stopping you from standing out in the heavily-clad shaadi crowd.
Have a floral top lying around? Give it a sport chic by pairing it with distressed shorts with lace hemline, like actor Adah Sharma. Wear you regular top in over-the-shoulder style or at least drag one shoulder down to glam up your look.
Actor Jacqueline Fernadez wears her pencil floral skirt with a flouncy top. What we can’t miss is her turban headgear. Statement accessory can make or break your look. But we have just one life, so do experiment as much as you can.
You can’t be more on trend, if you combine florals with pleats. Actor Mandana Karimi wears a pleated midi skirt with a floral top. Not much that can go wrong with this look.