Trending: Floral and Botanical Prints to fuel your spring and summer fashion
Floral, leafy prints are here to stay this season. There are so many styles to choose from, you could easily wear a different print each day of the week. Cara showed us this trend to decorate your home, but what about your clothes? From vintage florals to bold and palm prints, I’ve got it covered!
This fun mini skirt from Cartel & Willow, worn here with a sleeveless top has that 70’s skater look with that washed out vintage floral design. This outfit really has that relaxed beach vibe look which I love.
This gorgeous off-the-shoulder boho dress from Auguste The Label is the perfect standout piece for festivals or day drinks. With shirring down to the waist, ending in a skirt with a front split to show off your favourite cowgirl boots and make it easy to dance.
You can rely on Mister Zimi if you want a bold floral print! This has to be one of my favourites, the colours they have used in the print is what makes it a winner. I love it!
Camilla may be a splurge, but she has won me over with this kaftan. The print is called exotic hypnotic and it is exactly that. Like most Camilla pieces, this one is versatile, which means you can wear it multiple ways. So spending all that money is worth it, right?!
A playsuit like this one from H+M is simple and fun in a bright Hawaiian print. Perfect for a day at the beach.
One of my favourite style of botanical prints is the palm. Revival have this vintage palm print dress, which suits any shape or size and can be dressed up with heels or for a more casual look, style it with sneakers.
This one piece is every bit exotic with a deep V plunge, and in this fresh blue and green Palm print.
Bralettes are here to stay, so why not wear one that is a little different. This One Night Stand piece from General Pants is really sweet with the embroidered floral design.
Gorman prints are always fun, this palm print purse is a great way to add a bit of colour to any outfit.
Alana Wild has some super cute one-of-a-kind earrings. These have the perfect name – Paradise Party and they’re handmade here in Australia, what’s not to like?!
I have just touched on what is a plethora of botanical prints out there! And if you’re anything like me, you’re going to want all of them. Happy shopping x