Taking blossoms straight to Autumn/Winter 2015 season. 

The fact that Spring/Summer season is about to face its official end in just two weeks doesn't mean we are about to abandon florals for the next, at least, 6 months. Yes, we are taking our blossoming garden with us.
Florals, florals, florals. It's going to be so different and contrasting in the coming season. Let's start with Dolce & Gabbana and their AW15 collection. Dolce and Gabbana's duo should now be named the lords of fashion florals in one's own right. Florals, namely roses, that are spotted in embroidery, prints, flocking, etc. Secondly, the other quite big floral player in the upcoming season will be Burberry Prorsum, whose designer managed to add those boho vibes to season's florals thus making coats, dresses, skirts and the rest look like alluring paintings. And the third, though not the last at all, creative mind in terms of fashion you can reference for florals to is Mary Katrantzou. London-based Greek designer played around textures and prints in her AW15 collections, so here florals keep popping in interesting print combinations and even on furry furs.  
Having given you just a little insight into the most blossoming trend of the coming season, I guess it's time to look at three flower-full piece you should be considering to obtain by the time the Fall steps in...


Floral dress seems to be something pretty casual. I bet most of us have one, somewhere deep inside their wardrobes, maybe. But well, talking about flower-full dresses it's all about embroidery, prints, flocking, bold or more restrained blossoms and even combinations of several prints at once (we've already shared a word on this above).


Ladies adore skirts. Ladies adore flowers. So why don't ladies combine the two together during the 'cold age' season? Midi, maxi, pencil, full, A-line... We are going to fall over floral skirts in... 3... 2... 1... now!


Looks like even outerwear resists to let blossom period go. Maybe florals are going to warm us up during cold and windy Autumn mornings, snowy and freezing Winter evenings? Let's have a go and see.