The key is to think abstract Art-inspired flower prints are all about bold yet timeless style. Florals are more fun in jewel tones and candy hues. Don’t be afraid of going overboard with saturation. If you don’t think florals are your thing, but you are willing to give it a go, start with only wearing it in a teeny tiny part of your outfit. When matching florals with a block colour, use the colours in the floral print as you guide. When you match the wrong colours to your print, it can drain the print. So for example, only wear black with florals that have a black element to it. Same goes with white.
Keeping the overall look balanced is key. The bigger the print, the smaller it makes you look. So if you want to make certain areas look slimmer, wear a bigger floral (same the other way around – if you want to make an area look bigger, wear a smaller print!). f the ‘normal” floral is too girly for you, why not try a print that resembles a floral, without the flowers. Paint splashes, tropical prints and blurred florals are just some of the ways to add a floral-ish tint to your outfit without the daisies! In fact, a floral print can be extremely flattering on all shapes – it’s all about knowing how to make the trend work for you.
Be clever with your positioning and use florals to distract from your worry areas – if you have a bigger bust, keep all focus on the bottom half of your body by wearing the print there, and vice versa. For a softer finish, opt for a subtle floral print that isn’t too graphic. Choose a colour that suits your skin tone to keep things more neutral.
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