Monday, 11 July 2011

Floral splashes!!- jaw dropping picks 4 this season!

Rs. 2590 at Zara
If u cant handle alot of floral print just accent ur outfit with tiny accessories like this bangle.

spring summer by Kurt Geiger.
Rs 1790, Zara
It's the season to wear flowers -- white daisies, red roses, strawberry petals and green leaves. From Givenchy, Chanel, Giorgio Armani to Valentino and Dior, all have thumps up for this flowery passion. Recently Vanessa Hudgens was flaunting her pretty floral dress at the premiere of Watchmen.
Forever 21

forever 21

Oxford shoes made pretty.

floral set by aldo accessories-perfect for sunday brunch!

Floral print in the most subtle of colors.

Floral print cross body bag available at Accessorize.

floral print bangles

Carry a floral clutch and brighten any outfit. Very apt for summer 2011.

John Lewis

Whether they opt for ditzy flower prints, a sprig of paisleys, a splash of bright blossoms or hand painted close ups of exotic flowers, this look is a must-have in any fashion collection.
For those who want to wear the look this year, there is plenty to choose from. The floral look usually comprises flowers on fabrics that are printed, embroidered, embossed or painted. The style, however, is not easy to adopt, so it is best to understand the trend before wearing it.
available in Lifestyle, Only, Vero Moda, Forever New and Accessorize.

Go for Bright Blooms
Here's a little hint: iF you're doing Sex and the City glamour this season, take inspiration from Carrie Bradshaw and go for bold, bright blooms. As seen at Gucci, there's no mistaking you've caught the floral fever bug with these look-at-me prints. For Vandana Singh, model-cum-socialite, ``Wearing florals are the best compliment a woman can give herself to feel feminine. I've seen women look very appealing in soft pastel florals in wollen printed dresses.''
Flirty Floral  Dresses, Anyone?
There's an interesting twist to floral patterns for fall. Florals on dresses have become dramatic. Balenciaga tailored the print into sharp jackets, Gucci tossed bright blossoms onto sweeping gowns, and Valentino sprinkled them on his cocktail dresses. Says Says VJ Sophia, ``It's great to show-off in flowers. They're so feminine. There's nothing more exciting that wearing daffodils on your dress.''
Everyone is indulging in the `feel-happy' and `feel-good' flowery patterns, this fall. Says designer Kaushali Kumar, ``I think there's energy of nature in flowers. It's exiting to wear florals in winter -- which are dominated by greys, blacks and browns.''
Now, for your snob value this fall, flaunt your roses, lilies and daffodils on your dress!
Aldo's spring summer collection.

All items on the model are available at FOREVER NEW.
The bralet, especially in floral prints..available at forever new..How to wear it : Pair the bralet with high-waisted skirts or shorts.It can also be worn under jackets,blazers or denim vests. Be experimental without making yourself look provocative !!

The perfect statement ring for spring.. Accessorize.


Valentino Garavani

Flowers, often synonymous with romance, have arrived on the fashion scene bringing with the happy mood of the season. Summer brings in sunshine and optimism, and it is this spirit that pervades the fashion scene now. And though the floral look comes back to style every other year, it is always interesting to note how the look has been interpreted and re-invented each time.
Unlike other trends, experts say that when you want to opt for the floral trend, make the fabric your starting point. Then choose the print and the silhouette.
"There are two ways you can wear floral prints," says Varuni Mohan, style and luxury expert. "The first way is to wear it on chiffon. In the case of this fabric, you can wear layers of chiffon with floral prints, worn in voluminous silhouettes. It could be a strapless empire cut dress that falls to the floor or maybe a top with big bell sleeves. The second way to can wear the trend, is to use satin. Opt for the more graphic, clear prints that are not too busy. Here, the silhouettes can be more structured like a pencil skirt or a tailored jacket."
As to how to wear the look right, it is best to check out a silhouette that will suit you. If you are on the larger side, keep the floral prints smaller. It is not possible to carry off large floral prints, especially in satin, without looking comical. You can get away with larger floral prints in chiffon because there is more movement in this fabric, whereas for satins, it is best to stay with simpler and cleaner lines. If you want to do florals on cotton, opt for tailored jumpsuits and summer dresses that are very pretty..
"If you want to make a statement, wear a flower that will stand out," adds Varuni. "I would personally use an exotic floral motif, like a hibiscus or a lily or a bird of paradise, rather than a generic floral print."
A flower filled summer, both in fashion and in our world, is sure lift our spirits through the season. Why not learn to do it in style?
Too apt for spring time!!

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