Not Quite Ready To Abandon Your Summer Florals? These Looks Will Live On Throughout Winter

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Punchy hues, plenty of fabric and iridescent embellishments. That's how your florals should be this month

Who doesn’t love a good floral print? They’re feminine, instantaneously lift any outfit and offer a plethora of motifs in all shapes and sizes. And that’s exactly why we refuse to celebrate them only in spring time. How to wear florals in winter? Simply drop the sandals and layer up if needs be, for florals have fast become a staple style statement. 365 days a year.

Dress, Blumarine | Shoes, Giuseppe Zanotti | Photographed by Guillaume Malheiro

Full length, billowing fabric and muted hues: Blumarine’s long sleeved, wallpaper print dress is a warmer take on the trend (featured above). Perfect for autumnal months. Similarly, Marni’s dense approach to the poppy print is a stronger statement for cooler days (featured below). Its double layered, frill effect is suitable for cooler climes. Try with punchy hued tights when in need of additional layers.


Dress and shoes, Marni | Earring, Reine Rosalie | Photographed by Guilaume Malheiro

Hair should remain sleek with a slightly playful twist. But steer clear of summer’s softer boho waves and curls. Keep your beauty look warm with light browns and just a touch of iridescent. (Aim for a light autumnal glow, and never a summer bronze).

Photographer: Guilaume Malheiro | Art direction and stylist: Belishi | Model: Alysonne at Mlleagency | Make-up artist and manicurist: Lorandy | Hair stylist: Anita Bujoli | Styling assistant: Elisabeth Teixeira

Looks to transition through to autumn with