Winter wear; how to wear florals in winter

Winter wear; how to wear florals in winter

We know you think that florals for spring are a no brainer. And we agree with that. However, when the nights draw in closer and all you want to do is snuggle with a good book and a cup of hot chocolate, the chintzy generally get overlooked in the favor of the warm shades and the super comforting textures. This is why we love florals for winter wear.

This season is going to make a change and make you embrace the high street’s rich offering of florals that are best worn over dresses that flatter and definitely add some thrill into it.


Floral shift dress, £69 at Topshop.

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Topshop’s puff-sleeved style is made exclusively for girls with an hourglass figure. Wear this barely-there heels by night plus the best thing is that you can add in a leather jacket and chunky boots for day.


Cutout blue dress, £38 at ASOS.

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Those who are looking to add a little curve to a silhouette should seek the mid-riff cut outs of ASOS’s floral offering. The peeakaboo feels cheeky and makes a tea dress less twee.

& Other Stories

Rosebud dress, £89 at & Other Stories.

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Team prints with even more prints for a contemporary take. A striped long-sleeved T-shirt under a dress feels fresh. However, those brave enough to dare should opt for double flora. If your base is heritage roses, go left with minute graphics.

Nobody’s Child

Midi dress, £32 at Nobody’s Child.

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This is definitely one of our favorites. We not only love the elegant sleeves we also love the deep neckline. This is ideal for any type of body and any skin tone too. We say as winter wear for winter, pair this up with black leather boots. You can even throw in a muffler and even an overcoat for the colder days.