Floral print: hot or not
Leopard, plaid, strip, geometry, abstraction … which only prints can be found on the catwalks. With the advent of the new season, they quickly follow each other, but we can safely say that the floral motif is bound to be present in the new collections. Or not?
It’s believed that floral print most often can be see at the Spring/Summer shows. But designers boldly used this motif in the Resort and Fall/Winter collections.
Tory Burch resort collection was adorned with flowers on flying dresses and coats, Serge Ruffo and Lucy Meyer for Dior presented floral patterns on a dark background, which appeared on dresses, shirts and skirts with straight cut.
Floral motifs in the Spring/Summer collections appeared in Elie Saab bridal lookbook — delicate print appeared on the sleeves and hem, Carolina Herrera in the collection included large roses and lilies on cocktail dresses and jackets, and indisputable lovers of colofrul Italia Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana in past shows make flowers almost the main focus. They occur in the form of bulk applications, embroideries on transparent and shiny fabrics.
Leading fashion houses often turn to natural motifs in the collection. Floral prints can be found on dresses, jackets, suits, coats and accessories. And the latest collections show that this figure will not soon lose the title of the fashion trend.
Classic «girly» pattern can help to refresh outfit and give femininity and coquetry to the look. But, as with every trend, it’s worth remembering rule middle ground. Even flowers can be a lot of, so you should think twice about the total-look.