There's no Spring/Summer 2016 season without florals. 

Can we imagine a season of blossoms and sun without any single floral pattern? No way! And not because it evokes a certain kind of emotions, but rather because it makes ourselves and souls blossom again after winter frosts. 
As soon as we start talking about designer's approach to seasonal florals, then it is more than fair to divide it into three main categories - prints/patterns, appliques and embroidery. It's pretty clear when it comes to prints as it's kind of an essential part of Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen and Oscar de la Renta - and bits and pieces are also spotted within brands' Spring/Summer collection. Saint Laurent and Vetements are also on this list. Flower-like appliques turn to be a very interesting technique of the season as we saw a blossoming thing being involved in Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci collections. Finally, floral embroidery that was outplayed by Alexander McQueen, Gucci and Erdem reminded us once again that fashion is still about art and mastership. 
Enough said. Time for a little Spring-ish shopping...


Prints and Patterns



Floral patterns always work. Plus it seems to be such an essential piece within modern lady's wardrobe. Make sure to research all possible ways to include floral prints into your seasonal wardrobe as there's a plenty of them. 



Appliques



Floral appliques are getting the center attention this season. First of all, it comes in nearly all imaginable forms. And we do love it as it brings an illusion of real flowers blossoming all over a piece of garment and/or accessory. A pretty statement approach to floral trend.



Embroidery



Who doesn't like embroidery? All of us do. Right? It adds this feeling of garment richness and pure art at the same time. Therefore, you can easily upgrade your seasonal fashion arsenal by investing in floral-inspired embroidery that will only add charm to your very own self.


Photo Courtesy: Greenclothing - Style, The Thread, Gastro Chic, Her Campus


There's no Spring/Summer 2016 season without florals. 

Can we imagine a season of blossoms and sun without any single floral pattern? No way! And not because it evokes a certain kind of emotions, but rather because it makes ourselves and souls blossom again after winter frosts. 
As soon as we start talking about designer's approach to seasonal florals, then it is more than fair to divide it into three main categories - prints/patterns, appliques and embroidery. It's pretty clear when it comes to prints as it's kind of an essential part of Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen and Oscar de la Renta - and bits and pieces are also spotted within brands' Spring/Summer collection. Saint Laurent and Vetements are also on this list. Flower-like appliques turn to be a very interesting technique of the season as we saw a blossoming thing being involved in Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci collections. Finally, floral embroidery that was outplayed by Alexander McQueen, Gucci and Erdem reminded us once again that fashion is still about art and mastership. 
Enough said. Time for a little Spring-ish shopping...


Prints and Patterns



Floral patterns always work. Plus it seems to be such an essential piece within modern lady's wardrobe. Make sure to research all possible ways to include floral prints into your seasonal wardrobe as there's a plenty of them. 



Appliques



Floral appliques are getting the center attention this season. First of all, it comes in nearly all imaginable forms. And we do love it as it brings an illusion of real flowers blossoming all over a piece of garment and/or accessory. A pretty statement approach to floral trend.



Embroidery



Who doesn't like embroidery? All of us do. Right? It adds this feeling of garment richness and pure art at the same time. Therefore, you can easily upgrade your seasonal fashion arsenal by investing in floral-inspired embroidery that will only add charm to your very own self.


Photo Courtesy: Greenclothing - Style, The Thread, Gastro Chic, Her Campus

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