I have a soft heart for blue and black floral prints. In fact, between the bright florals and subdued monochrome blooms, I tend to pick the latter, especially the blue print. This is because blue is favorite color and I find anything dark blue elegant and polished. As to the black a white floral print, I guess it´s the most minimalist version you can have for this unbeatable spring/summer all-time trend.
So what´s the best way to wear these classic minimalist prints? The answer is simple—with white! Anything printed looks blooming with white compared to the heavy, too-striking or too-strong result that you get if you team it with black. That said, here are three ways to work the coveted spring prints with white.
1. Blue Floral Print Fit and Flare Dress
Dress, Jacket, Sunglasses, Shoe
The adorable fit and flare dress is given an update! Treat yourself to this fabulous blue floral flare dress with hi-low drape hem. Fit and flare is always flattering for any body type, and you also already know that it always looks best when styled in a feminine girly manner, but for a change, toughen up the girly look with a boxy blazer in dirty white shade. Match your jacket with his Amirah flat that´s as comfortable as it´s beautiful.
2. Blue Floral Ponte Sweatshirt
Sweatshirt, Shirt, Scarf, Boyfriends
I went ooh-and-ahh when I saw this blue flora ponte sweatshirt because it looks so similar to my white and blue floral silk shirt. Create a cozy but gorgeous layering this spring with blue spring print by layering it with a boyfriend shirt and boyfriend jeans. To balance the boyish vibe of the look, add a pair of stunning pointed toe pumps.
3. Black Floral Pleated Midi Skirt
Pullover, Anorak, Pendant, Skirt
I know I´ve been talking quite a lot about midi skirts here on the blog lately, but I just can´t resist the beauty of this pleated midi in black and white floral print. To wear it boyishly, layer with a cropped pullover and throw over an oversize white anorak. You´ll great in black flat boots.
So what do think of these minimalist spring prints darling? Do enjoy teaming up printed pieces with white like I do?