When you think of printed fabrics, what pops into your head? Right now, we’ve got floral patterns on the brain, which isn’t surprising considering florals are perhaps the one of the most ubiquitous motifs in fashion. Inherently beautiful, and available in a million different colours, textures, and styles, most of us likely have at least one floral dress or shirt hanging in the closet.
Long ago, flowers held deep meaning and symbolism, which people wished to imbue into their clothing. In addition to being a universal symbol of femininity, a “language of flowers” was prevalent in different cultures and time periods, and allowed for diversity in the design of patterns. Floral motifs have been a part of fashion since fashion itself. From India to China, they’ve always remained – staple but unique.
Florals have been stylised and transformed into various forms. Here’s me welcoming spring with some good old fashioned florals.
I have certain obsessions that come and go, currently it’s button down maxi dresses so when I got my hands on this flowy wonder from Stalkbuylove I had to share it with you.
With Delhi getting hotter with each passing second ; white is a great option to at least appear cool and fresh! Set your hair in place with a floral tie up head band and some pastel block heels to give your step a spring!
Photo by Piyush Gwari & Gorkey Patwal