Florals in Fall
Chunky knits and androgynous trousers will always have a place in our fall rotation. And thanks to the resurgence of couch-y ’70s prints, fall florals can join the mix. Here are five looks that prove your favorite warm-weather motif (florals) isn’t just for spring.
BOW BLOUSE + LEATHER SKIRT + SATIN FLATS
Your go-to ensemble for the times when you need to dress up just a wee bit. The top itself hits two trends in one—florals and neckties—while a pleated leather skirt in a rich shade of burgundy is the perfect counterpart to keep things seasonally appropriate.
RUFFLED SHIRTDRESS + TEXTURED BOOTIES
You practically lived in floral dresses all summer, and thankfully you don’t have to stop now. In fact, your favorite frocks have taken on new shapes and colors that are seasonally appropriate, like this little number complete with moody hues, three-quarter sleeves and a flirty drop waist. Pair it with plush, textured booties for a fun take on autumn’s best motif.
FLORAL JUMPSUIT + WHITE TEE + SNEAKERS
Thought jumpsuits were just for summer? Think again. This look nails transitional dressing right on its pumpkin-spice head. By wearing a white T-shirt underneath, you can instantly add coverage (and warmth) that’ll make you feel more comfortable given the drop in temps.
FLORAL STATEMENT COAT + BUTTON-UP SHIRT + METALLIC SHOES
If you love flowery patterns and are willing to take a bigger risk, a floral duster is calling your name. To make it really pop, go sleek underneath with a simple white top and jeans. But if you do want to add another trendy detail, consider metallic footwear to complement (not compete with) the coat.
SLIP DRESS + CROPPED JEANS + MOTO JACKET
You love your silky floral slip dress. In fact, you wore it approximately 32 times this past summer. Well, we see no reason why you should stop now. Extend its wearability with two simple additions: jeans and a leather jacket. You can get away with more summery florals this way because the black leather tones it all down.