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Dress Parade

March 02, 2017

Dress Parade

Spring is the start of various occasions and a very striking season for fashionistas. Springs calls for two styles with different trends, so that's both prints and pastels. Subtle, bright prints, floral prints and dresses are just what we are preaching on this occasion.

Floral for spring has been labelled ground breaking. The coloration, scale and fabrication are so sort after that designers have gone full throttle in full blooms.

This is set to be one of the biggest trends this spring; successful designers have gone all out with florals for 2017, with head-to-toe prints in bold and graphic iterations. There are a lot of pieces out there for all kinds of people, just keep in mind that a lot of the time bold floral wear is quite a statement look so try to pair them with neutral coloured pieces to mellow down the tone. 

There is no better way to show your spring mood than wearing an A-line flower dress. This season’s florals come in soft pastel colours and vibrant hues. Designers cannot seem to get enough of this iconic pattern from season to season. Floral being traditionally linked to femininity, has always been a popular trend in womenswear yet these floral trends are probably one of the most difficult ones to get a grip of.

Use outfits with floral prints that you can easily pair with a much more basic wardrobe- like the classic blazer or a simple coat. This can also be easily paired for work wear too. Flower print over-coats with a vest paired with blue skinny jeans is an elegant yet fun look.

Wearing a floral eccentric mix is now bigger than ever in this spring. Ripped denim jeans with an embellished crop top works fantastic as a casual evening look. Many designers are ripping up all of the established rules on what you should pair with what, and this gives us all more for the outfits in our closet.

So how can you approach this with ease? A strict colour palette will help, but otherwise, just think about accessorising to the max. A printed shawl, long scarfs with bold prints and platform sandals are guaranteed to give you a head turning look. You'll often find that individual pieces are a lot easier to wear on the regular basis, so layer up and unlock your infinite options.



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12

14

16

Alphamoment

34/XS

36/S

38/M

40/L

42/XL

Amina Rubinacci

40

42

44

46

48

Anonyme

S

M

L

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XXL

B Young

34/XS

36/S

38/M

40/L

42/XL

Beth & Tracie

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M

L

XL

Blank

XS

S

M

L

XL

By Malene Birger

34/XS

36/S

38/M

40/L

42/XL

Charli

0

1

2

3

4

Chloe Stora

36

38

40

42

44

Conditions Apply

XS

S

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L

XL

European Culture

40/XS

42/S

44/M

46/L

48/XL

Gestuz

34

36

38

40

42

Ginger & Soul

XS

S

M

L

XL

Hale Bob

XS

S

M

L

XL

Henry Christ

34/XS

36/S

38/M

40/L

42/XL

Intropia

36/XS

38/S

40/M

42/L

44/XL

Just Female

XS

S

M

L

XL

Lavand

XS

S

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L

XL

Luisa Cerano

34/S

36/M

38/L

40/XL

42/XXL

Oakwood

34/XS

36/S

38/M

40/L

42/XL

Odd Molly

0

1

2

3

4

Ottod’Ame

40/XS

42/S

44/M

46/L

48/XL

Oui

34

36

38

40

42

Rails

XS

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L

XL

Rino & Pelle

34/XS

36/S

38/M

40/L

42/XL

Save The Queen

XS

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Second Female

XS

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Set

34

36

38

40

42

Soaked In Luxury

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Tahari

4

6

8

10

12

Ti Mo

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Twin-Set

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Vilagallo

36

38

40

42

44

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6

8

10

12

14

 

24

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28

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32

 

 

 

 

 

 

SHOES (UK SIZE)

4

5

6

7

8

 

37

38

39

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41

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