Rules are made to be broken -- especially when it comes to fashion. You should definitely wear white after Labor Day, and you can rock mom jeans. Also, contrary to popular belief, you can absolutely wear florals in the fall.
Bright, beautiful, blossomed patterns are perfect in the spring and summer, but that doesn't mean you can't show off your flower power once temperatures have dropped.
Here are a few tips to help you get the look.
- Look for prints in muted, autumnal hues. Navy, hunter green, and oxblood are just a few that lend themselves well to cool-weather ensembles.
- If rocking flowery clothing is a bit too bold for your taste, opt for an accessory in a floral print. It's definitely more subtle, but still makes a statement.
- Remember that layering is key. Throw on a heavy knit sweater, or leather jacket to add warmth and texture. And you can even slip a turtleneck under your favorite floral sundresses to turn them into year-round looks.
We've pulled together a few shoppable ensembles to add to your wardrobe or file for inspiration. Check them out below!
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