Blooming Season (II)

Hello, my dear friends! Floral prints are pleasant to the eye, they are great for summer looks (winter, too, but it get trickier with fabric and color choices). If you are not that “flower” girl, today I will introduce you to two super budget-friendly way to add floral to your outfit.

The first one is making only part of your outfit floral. I found this cropped top with frill in jacquard floral print. The highlight of this piece is the ruffles rather than the print which is on a small scale. I paired it with culottes with even longer and bigger ruffles. Overall, the floral element doesn’t jump out at all but it makes the outfit more interesting.

The second out is a full-blow floral piece however, it is a very large scale tropical-themed print. The print is very easy on the eye and the colors compliments all skin tones. The first thing I noticed about this dress was the open back design with origami details. Paired with non-classic, streamlined accessories, then a cropped denim jacket to make the whole look good for a relaxed night out or brunch with friends.

Thank you so much for reading! I hope these outfit will give you another push to add floral to your style. For the next few weeks, we will be traveling. I will try to update as much as I can. See you in my next post!

Outfit One:

ASOS floral top;
Solace London culottes;
Celine shoes;
Charlotte Olympia straw bag <similar>;
Simone Rocha earring;
Miu Miu sunglasses <on sale>;

Outfit Two:

ASOS dress;
Pierre Balmain denim jacket <on sale>;
Celine shoes;
RSVP Paris clutch;
Proenza Schoulder earrings;
Dior sunglasses;
Gucci ring;


2 comments on “Blooming Season (II)

    1. petiteflower

      Thank you my friend! How have you been? Need to catch up soon!