The floral dress

Probably a swallow is not spring, but a flowered dress is!


Over the years something has changed!

The high-necked dress with long sleeves that we all have in the wardrobe is not actual trend ".

The most current models are inspired by the 1950s, such as the one with a chemisier cut knotted at the waist with a pleated or full skirt.

Alternatively, the trend proposes those with a straight silhouette and with a square or heart-shaped neckline and with short balloon sleeves, as Queen Elizabeth II wore in the 80s.

In the catwalks, the micro and macro flower patterns and allover patterns are the masters.

The collections also show us revolutionary fantasies, such as wild safari-themed prints, opulent micro-shrub prints on satin fabrics, giant primroses of sequins.


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How to wear the floral midi dress?

We can safely say that the midi dress makes its figure even on its own.

Wear it with a pair of leather knee-high boots that disappear under the length of the dress, or with a sandal with a medium heel, like the kitten heel for a very chic look.

As a shoulder garment you can wear a blazer, a leather trench coat or a biker jacket.

To complete the outfit, I would opt for a very current accessory, such as the bucket bag.

I would conclude by advising you to train while waiting to be able to go out again to shop and show off your new looks.

Credits: Dresses from left =  Diane Von Furstenberg - Dior- Rixo - Valentino