Since floral is always a trend for each season, this print is also one of the quickest transitional print you can rework. Check out all those floral pieces you´ve accumulated these past years, then pick up the dark ones. Dark floral is best for fall and winter probably because even if it´s girly, it embodies strength and seriousness which could jibe with the weather.
My best hint in wearing dark floral is to pick a color from the print, and then the light shade of that color should be the color of your bag or scarf. The result is tonal. But you can also choose a complementary color for your accessories. Here are three ways to restyle your dark floral piece to welcome fall.
1. Fluffy Top and Floral A-line Skirt
It´s easy to go dressy in a floral A-line skirt. This fall, go back to nature by working with earthy hues. I love the beauty of this delicate floral print with box pleats. It´s modern, smart and functional. Teaming it with a soft and fluffy textured top which is chic enough for formal gatherings and warm enough for an early fall breeze.
Add color to the look with fall´s favorite, chartreuse clutch, and polish up with sexy black pumps.
2. Cobalt Blue Top with Dark Floral Pants
I have a cobalt blue sleeveless top which is a lookalike to this blue top from Coast. I love wearing it with printed bottoms, whether floral pants or animal print mini skirt. Check out my floral look here.
But if you´re wearing this blue top with a pair of dark floral pants, brighten up the look with a pastel bag and white shoes. If the wind is too chilly, cover your shoulders with a pink cardigan or wrap yourself in this light pink shawl.
3. Dark Floral Slip Dress with Black Jacket
This is my favorite. I definitely want to wear this look this fall! If you have thigh-high black boots, dress them up with this elegant black and blue floral slip dress layered under a tailored black jacket. You can wear it to parties or to a date with your love. Keep the look feminine with pastel accessories such as a light pink satchel and a light blue scarf.
Now over to you, ladies. How are you wearing dark floral for early fall? Which of these three looks excite you?