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A trend that is making a grand comeback this hot season is that of floral prints. Although floral prints resonate with summer and spring, the right choices can set your wardrobe in tune with winter and autumn too! Floral jackets, scarves, pants or sarees, can be some timeless additions to your wardrobe.
Interestingly, this flowery trend can be captured not just in outfits, but in accessories as well! You need not wear something with a floral print to look trendy; you can even wear some accessories with flower motifs or patterns over your regular outfits to look stylish.
All you need to do is make perfect choices and wear them right. Here are 7 super trendy ways to sport floral prints, which will make you look glamorous even in the hot and sweaty summers.
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Floral print shorts or skirts are your best bet if you do not want a splash of flowers all over you. You can team these with single coloured tank tops or t-shirts. Long skirts and palazzos are also making a stylish comeback, so you can choose from those too. Just make sure that you keep the top simple.
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Too much of vibrant prints can kill the whole look. If you are thinking of covering yourself in floral prints with a printed top and bottoms, then do it smartly. Just as you would team floral shorts or skirt with a monochrome t-shirt, you must pair a floral top or shirt with block or single-coloured shorts or pants to let the floral charm work best for you.
This one is for all girls who love to flaunt a young and fresh look during the hot and sultry season. Wear a gorgeous floral dress, long or short, and accessorise it well. Whether it is a bag, belt or footwear, opt for single tones that complement your dress. Skip your favourite floral bag with this look. If you want to wear earrings, make sure you stay away from the chunky ones.
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Wearing a floral jacket over a simple, monochrome outfit can instantly add some oomph to your look. Or, you can wear a single-toned jacket over a floral outfit too! These combinations of formal and semi-formal looks work best as office wear too.
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If you are short and petite, choose a well-fitted pair of jeans with smaller floral patterns to get a taller look. You can team it up with pumps to accentuate your height. But, if you have a heavy bottom, steer clear of light-coloured floral prints. Opt for darker prints instead, and wear long T-shirts if you still feel uncomfortable. Also, if you have well-toned legs you can wear larger and bolder prints. Style it with a shirt or a t-shirt in single colour, or with a chiffon top, if you are headed to a party.
Flowers are ruling the scene even when it comes to ethnic wear. You can either go for a soft, flowing, floral chiffon saree, or a lovely kurta with bright flowers, or even a floral dupatta over a plain salwar kurta. This is a cool way to add some glamour to your regular Indian wardrobe too.
If you love everything floral, but want to do something beyond just outfits, then accessories are perfect for you. Floral patterns on necklaces, belts, hair clips, earrings, bags, bracelets, hats, scarves, head bands, footwear, and anything else that you can think of, can add vibrancy to even the simplest of looks. However, steer clear of too many accessories all at once, as too many colours will make you look like a flower pot!
You can create your own style with a few floral fashion elements. This is probably one of the easiest trends of the season to hop on, and look your best.
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