Despite gray skies and polar vortexes, it seems the fashion crowd hasn’t stopped breaking out floral pieces. In fact, we were pretty shocked to see the sheer number of buds and blossoms on the streets this February, as winter florals have been cropping up everywhere, from printed pants to killer boots.
The best part about this trend: Versatility. You’d be amazed at how many different colors—and even opposing prints—mix remarkably well with floral patterns. For the bold, try a pair of flower-printed pants or an floral coat. For a more subtle adaptation, try a floral headband or a pair of boots in a flowery print. You could even translate the trend in a different way, by wearing a fun floral fragrance.
From street style outfits, runway looks, and cool accessories to buy, we’ve rounded up ways for you to incorporate the winter floral trend into your wardrobe right now!
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These head-turning floral pants were spotted on the street during the Fall 2014 shows at New York Fashion Week
Flowers work for tough girls too!
Dr. Marten's '8-Eye Victorian Flowers' Boot, $129.95; at Nordstrom
What better way to embrace the floral trend than by smelling like a flower? This happy, fun scent will remind you of springtime all winter long.
Marc Jacobs Daisy 1.7 oz, $75; at Nordstrom
Soften up an edgy moto jacket with a fun floral print on the sleeves just like Aimee Song did at New York Fashion Week.
Floral decals on your wrists are a great way to add a touch of romance and whimsy to your overall look.
Ettika 'Blue Bari' Stack Bracelet Set, $365; at Max & Chloe
Tracy Reese embraced her winter florals on the Fall 2014 runway, showing this fun print in bold shades of blue and pink.
These floral printed shoes are a great way to add a bold pop of color without over-doing it.
Paul Andrew Shakti Flower Print Pumps, $625; at Shopbop
Channel your inner flower child with a fun floral halo by That Madonna Girl.
The Dani Flower Halo, $25; at That Madonna Girl