Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Bloomin' beautiful

Floral prints may not be completely groundbreaking but they will always be considered the embodiment of spring.

Floral prints for spring 2014 range from super-understated, to super-brash with a contemporary feel yet reminiscent of the nineties,  paired with opposing prints but always materialising as one beautifully formed alliance. 

If you're not up for turing yourself into a walking bouquet, this season offers plenty of stunning, more refined alternatives.

I'm in love with this lightweight sweatshirt from Sugar Hill Boutique. The delicate floral embroidery on the sleeves guarantees femininity, while the cut of the garment teases the more masculine influence that has taken the 2014 catwalks by storm.

Team it with a pair of retro sunnies and you have a look that's bang on trend right now. These's no need to break the bank, these round lensed glasses from Pull and Bear  are the perfect finishing touch to any blossoming look.





































Floral sweatshirt, Sugarhill Boutique | Sunglasses | Rayban | Shorts,  Levi 501 | Wedges, Forever21

Here are some more flowery statement pieces to help you get your imaginations in full bloom!


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Shoes, Aldo, £68 | Hairband, Accessorise, £16 | Nail varnish, hi maintenance, Essie | Playsuit, Topshop,  £40 | Lipstick, Fantasy of Flowers, MAC | Shorts, New Look, £15 | Sunglasses, ASOS, £17 | Crop top, Topshop, £48

What budding ideas do you have for spring '14?



5 comments :

  1. Very pretty jumper and I love that it's so subtle :o) Xx

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  2. I love your outfit! The jumper is divine and those shoes are phenomenal! Perfect for this time of year!

    RR xx

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  3. Very nice pictures! Cute dog :)

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  4. Totally spring! Love the floral accent on the top.

    Tania
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  5. Lovely sweatshirt. Is that dog a cocker spaniel? I love them, I had a cocker and he was the funniest dog!

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