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Four easy, super chic ways to wear florals in summer

Florals are a wardrobe staple for summer dressing. And the feminine print offers plenty of opportunities to mix and match with other fashion pieces. It is not always easy to get florals right, but these styling tips can help.

fashion and trends Updated: May 18, 2018 18:43 IST
Indo-Asian News Service, New Delhi
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Floral print, the ultimate summer wardrobe staple, gets a bit of help from simple styling. Juts look to actor Deepika Padukone’s floral Sabyaschi saree for fashion inspiration. (Instagram)

Florals are one of our favourite summer trends and we think every girl should have a floral piece to throw on and go.

But wearing bright or feminine floral pieces doesn’t have to be daunting. With a little bit of style inspiration, the ultimate summer print can be just as easy to style as any other. Checkout some fun ways to wear florals in summer, so now you have no excuse not to give them a try.

Alisha Malik, vice president, e-commerce and marketing and creative face of Metro Shoes Ltd, and Pradnya Mhaske, assistant general manager, merchandise and design, CaratLane, share four ways on pulling off the floral trend this summer:

1. Opt for lighter backgrounds for your floral prints, like actor Alia Bhatt has in this Sabyasachi look. It defines the light and bright feeling you want in the summer months.

2. Tone down your floral pattern by pairing your feminine floral dress with a rugged or cool denim jacket to add a little edge to your look.

3. The perfect way to add floral print to any outfit is to wear floral shoes. Strong statement flats can stand on their own. With floral shoes, you can keep your clothes, make-up and hairstyle simple.

4. Floral jewellery is a timeless trend that adds grace to any ensemble. This summer, pastel hues with floral jewellery seem to be a popular combination.

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First Published: May 18, 2018 18:40 IST