What does rain in Ireland, your Granny sending you a birthday card in the post and florals for Spring all have in common? Well, just the fact that these are equally reliable as they are predictable. Each year as Spring rolls around, florals are a trend that will always stand the test of time. From big blooms to subtle stems, we've sported quite the variety of floral ensembles and it appears that this year, the floral trend to embrace is daisies.
Daisies are slowly but surely making their way to not only take over your Instagram feed but your wardrobe too thanks to the latest drops from Alexa Chung, Ganni, Rixo and Shrimps. Designers have begun to rethink how they work the floral trend and while it's been established that daisies are the flower for Summer 2019, they also now appear on easy to wear separates as opposed to swingy summer dresses.
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A blog post is coming soon on vacation dresses and pieces at every price point from designer to non plus dupes to what I’ve been wearing. Let it serve as early spring inspiration . Dress: thrifted Necklace @madewell Initial necklace @ellandemm . #karenbritchicktravels #islandstyle #highlowdress
The new floral has more of a tangible quality than those of previous seasons. Think of the daisy print trend as more of an alternative pattern to animal print as opposed to yet another floral piece. Whether your style carries a bit more edge or is chicly feminine, a daisy print will fit in perfectly.
Valentino Garavani Ranch appliquéd leather ankle boots, €1,250, Net-A-Porter
Kristen Tiered Floral-Print Cotton And Silk Blended Dress, €340, RIXO
Headband With Knot Front In Daisy Print, €8.30, ASOS
Alexa Chung Flower Print Canvas Ballet Flats, €183, MatchesFashion.com
Daisy Print Trousers, €29.95, Zara
Daisy Print Bikini Top, €39, Whistles
Daisy Print Bikini Bottoms, €39, Whistles
Drew Barrymore would be proud.