Break Out The Accessories!
Florals can be really tricky to wear. Wearing big prints (like florals) can sometimes make you look bigger or disproportionate. I love throwing on a flowy floral dress to get that bohemian vibe… on vacation. But in my day-to-day life, I don’t really wear too many prints. I typically add florals by adding simple, standout accessories! I am sharing a roundup of SIX pretty floral pieces below.
#1 | Floral Earrings
Earrings are the easiest way to incorporate florals into your spring wardrobe. These gorgeous earrings are from J. Crew. They come in three different colors. And they’re super lightweight. I know some women don’t like wearing statement earrings like these because they hurt their ears. But these won’t do that!
#2 | White Floral Sandals
Yes, you can wear florals that aren’t bright and bold! These white sandals by Laurence Dacade are the perfect example. They have subtle floral appliqués on the straps and add the perfect amount of spring freshness to a look. Plus, the gold studs balance out the femininity with some edginess!
#3 | Floral Phone Case
This one is for the women who are convinced florals aren’t for them. Grab a floral phone case to try out. If you hate it after a week then you can ditch it. Or you might realize you actually love having the pretty spring floral print!
#4 | Floral Bag
A straw bag is a must-have anyway…so why not get one in a pretty floral print!? This clutch is by Mar Y Sol. It has a floral embroidered pattern so you get that subtle floral look!
#5 | Floral Skinny Scarf
If you haven’t seen my video and post on 10 ways to wear a skinny scarf, you can find that here. A skinny scarf is a surprisingly impactful and fun way to wear florals this spring. This skinny scarf also comes in a blue and orange pattern.
#6 | Floral Headband
This headband is by Ganni. I love that it’s green and different from the usual bright floral patterns we see. I could see this styled with a beautiful white flowy dress and sandals this spring!
More Floral Accessories & Tips
- Look for florals with more muted colors
- Try floral print in one color instead of a rainbow for a more sophisticated look
- Smaller-scale prints are better if you’re trying to look slim
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