Florals are a classic, timeless trend for all seasons. No wonder for floral prints and designs are many; so, you will indeed find among them what suits your taste and the current season. For example, one of the commonest differences between florals in the hot and cold seasons is the colors. They are brighter in the sooner, darker in the later. For our dear readers, Pouted online magazine selected the following stunning floral outfit ideas and trends for all the seasons of the coming 2020.
Florals in Fall/winter 2020
1 Flower-looking outfits
Since it is already the fall now, let’s start with such a fabulous floral trend spotted in fall/winter fashion shows of 2020. Flower-looking dresses are plain pieces designed to look as if you are wearing a flower. Stellar examples are Michael Kors’s gold and black maxi dress, and Alexander McQueen’s flower-shaped outfits.
2 Hints of floral
The trend is about adding a floral accent to plain outfits. The flower designs here are of medium and big sizes and have more details. Also, floral accessories appeared, including handbags, earrings, etc.
3 Dark backgrounds, light floral prints
Neutral and bright flower prints on dark backgrounds characterized floral dresses that showed up on fall/winter runways of 2020. Michael Kors, for example, presented in his fall collection a brown midi dress with medium, bright-pink florals. We also like Altuzarra’s floral top paired with a red leather pantsuit; the combination of oranges, brown, pink, teal, and black is terrific.
4 Light colors
However, some fashion houses like Dries Van Noten, Marc Jacobs, and Rodarte broke the role and presented florals of light colors. But, they are often paired with darker pieces.
5 Dark floral prints
Combinations of dark colors, including reds, greens, and purples are another floral trend for the cold season. They were also employed to create stunning abstract floral designs.
6 Fallen-leaves effect
Colors and prints of fallen leaves appeared this season. Dark yellows and burnt browns and oranges were all part of the floral scene of the season.
7 Monochrome floral outfits
Monochrome florals are quite stylish and suitable to be part of classic-style outfits. They look dressy! However, they can be employed in boho designs too.
8 Statement floral designs
Statement floral designs also showed up in fall fashion shows, including those of Valentino and Prada.
9 Floral embellishment
Prominent Floral embellishment and embroidery are fascinating. Adding floral embroidered pieces to your fall/winter wardrobe will provide the cold, gloomy days with colors. They are a spirit lifter.
Florals in Spring/Summer 2020
Floral outfits in springs and summers, in general, tend towards light and bright colors. Plus, compared to the cold seasons, there is extra employment of flower prints and embellishment in almost all kinds of clothing pieces. Now, let us have a look at some of the prominent floral trends expected to rule in the spring and summer of 2020.
1 Floral blazers
Floral printed blazers and those with hints of floral embellishment showed up in the fashion shows of Louis Vuitton, and Anna Sui.
2 Floral tops
Shirts, blouses, cropped tops of exquisite flower prints and embellishment were there in the fashion shows of the hot season. You can notice that monochrome florals continued their presence.
3 Floral bottoms
Floral pants and skirts of different colors and designs also made a presence in the fashion shows of Marc Jacobs and Coach.
Among the floral trends that appeared on the spring-summer runways were all-floral outfits. The designs that showed up included tops and bottoms of different floral patterns.
5 Floral dresses
Floral dresses are synonymous with the springs and summers. They appeared alone and topped with blazers and leather biker jackets.
6 Bohemian floral outfits
Florals are a primary characteristic of the boho style. It is a quite popular trend in the hot season due to the sense of freedom and comfort that the boho outfits guarantee. Bohemian looks also created using floral pieces of different prints and colors.
7 Abstract floral prints
Who does not like abstract florals that look bright as well as mysterious! Well, gladly fashion designers agree.
8 Flower-looking outfits
And here we are with other magnificent flower-looking designs, this time from the 2020 spring/summer shows of Chloé, Alexander McQueen, Max Mara, Stella McCartney, Balmain, and Roksanda.
9 Floral accessories
A variety of floral shoes, handbags, and jewelry were present too.