September is just around the corner, meaning it’s time for us to get our fall wardrobes in order. While February’s runways provided us with quite a few new trends to hop on, we’re especially stoked for all the floral prints we saw come down the catwalk.
While there may not technically be anything “groundbreaking” about the use of florals for spring, we’re certainly here for moodier takes on the ultra-feminine print for the colder months. Deeper backgrounds, bolder colors, and an overall darker vibe give a flowery print a whole new meaning. From the vibrant patterns at Michael Kors and patchwork masterpieces at 3.1 Phillip Lim to ‘80s style frocks at Saint Laurent, flowers of all sorts are shaping up to have a major presence next season. (I mean, did you see the gargantuan prints at Valentino?)
Translate it from the runways to the streets, and we’re already seeing fall florals take the form of suiting, separates, and—TBH, what we’re most excited for—prairie dresses.
We rounded up 14 ways to start shopping the trend now, below.
& Other Stories, Asymmetrical Button Midi Skirt, $69, available at & Other Stories.
ASOS, Wrap Maxi Dress With Long Sleeve in Mixed Print, $64, available at ASOS.
Keepsake, One Love Playsuit, $175, available at Fashion Bunker.
Hellessy, Belle Top, $790, available at FWRD by Elyse Walker.
Wilfred, Paula Blouse, $130, available at Aritzia.
Ganni, Big Apple Red Linaria Dress, $315, available at Need Supply Co.
Topshop, Tall Floral Jacquard Suit, $220, available at Topshop.
La Vie Rebecca Taylor, Ariane Rose Jacket, $375, available at Rebecca Taylor.
Mango, Floral Print Dress, $129.99, available at Mango.
Finery, Abelia Black Floral Print Trousers, $145, available Finery.
Zara, Lace Insert Printed Dress, $49.90, available at Zara.
A.L.C., Lev Skirt, $475, available at A.L.C.
Urban Outfitters, Floral Tie-Front Jumpsuit, $79, available at Urban Outfitters.
Farrow, Edith Sheer Floral Maxi Dress, $124, available at Need Supply Co.