Florals For Autumn – Yes, It’s A Thing

Thinking it’s best to scrap florals now that autumn has officially begun… don’t. Wearing florals for autumn was almost in treacherous territory like double denim was back in the day. But Gucci and Ellie Saab’s recent showcases have shown that florals are no longer reserved just for summer. We’ve rounded up this edit to prove that you can actually pull them off for autumn too. Here’s how:



florals daywear

For the new season, switch from bright, ditsy flowers and look to dark florals in autumnal hues – think: rust orange, mustard yellow, burgundy and forest green. During the day, opt for eye-catching small florals and lots of ’em. Though, one word of warning: don’t mix and match your florals – you’ll be stepping into some serious curtain territory. If you want to add some layers, sling on a cable knitted jumper over your dress or toughen up with a faux leather jacket for added girl boss points instead.

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Evening wear

evening wear floral

Swap out your paisley printed dresses you bought into during the summer and switch them for dark florals. We’re starting to head into the party season so intense shades are an absolute must. Save the full body print for the day and invest in some floral embroidery over different textured fabrics. Mesh, satin and velvet are going to be big players for the party season and beyond, so get a head start on these key pieces for the weekend. 

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Work wear


Florals. Ground breaking? We’ve heard that one before. But these ones will actually break some ground. If you’re stuck in a rut over what to wear for work and you’re tired of the standard white and black blouses day-in, day-out, switch it up with florals. Throw on a duster jacket or kimono to layer up the look and keep an eye out for pyjama style tailoring set to be big for fall.

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Carry over the last bit of summer we never really had with these floral prints. Thank us later!

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