A Fashion and Beauty Blog by Michelle Potter

Fresh Florals

Florals are one of the biggest trends of the season.  A lot of us either don’t like florals or are scared to wear them.  In this post I am going to give you examples of how to wear the trend without it wearing you.


Loft Blazer ($128) – this blazer is a great way to wear the floral trend.  It can be worn casually as shown or dressed up for work.


Loft Shorts ($50) – I went to Loft this week and loved their new spring collection.  I tried on the above shorts and the below top and loved this look.


Loft Top ($55)


Loft Scarf ($20) – a floral scarf is a great way to be on trend and add some interest to your outfit.  This one is pink so you’ll be working the pink trend as well.  You can also wear these scarves around your wrist or as a choker.  I think wearing these scarves with a simple t-shirt is so chic.


ASOS Top ($61) – this top with the below pants is such a beautiful outfit and so on trend with the floral top and the blush pants.


Old Navy Pants ($35 normal price – 40% off right now)


ASOS Shoes ($43) – I love these shoes.  They definitely have a Gucci vibe and would look amazing with a t-shirt and jeans.

These are some great ideas of how to wear florals in a more unexpected and chic way.  I hope you all have a great week and enjoy the warmer weather by wearing something floral.  XOXO Michelle






33 Comment

  1. eventhough I’m not a big fan of colour, I love dark florals. The blazer looks amazing too! Such a statement item! I think i need to start wearing more florals!

  2. I loooove the floral blazer. So upbeat! Not sure if I could pull it off though haha. I think it would look nice with a pair of black skinny jeans.

  3. i am one of those people nervous to wear floral – but i really like that floral jacket with plain top and jeans – i think I could rock that look! thanks for inspiring me to be brave with floral!

  4. Really love the floral blazer, looks so good with white , grey or blue jeans. Like florals but they need to be paired with something more neutral like you have shown here. Love the blush pink colour in spring pastels.

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