Nail the individualist look with this season's botanical trend.
With the SS16 catwalks of New York, London, Milan and Paris all about individualism, this season’s bold floral and leaf graphics are a gift. A statement print is an easy way to nail the individualist look. Go for old-school vintage whimsy, muted tones or extrovert pieces that show you’re not all about playing it safe.
Double up your florals if you dare with clashing patterns. Search out skirts, trousers and tops with contrasting floral panels or vibrant all-over designs.
In search of floral patterns you can wear to the max throughout spring/summer, we’ve rounded up six of the most useful and gorgeous botanical pieces.
The maxi button-though dress creates instant catwalk drama - and there's no need to accessorise if you're wearing one in a strong-hued floral pattern.
East Maxi Shirt Dress, £149
Tailored tuck pleats take a monochrome floral skirt from interesting to seriously chic.
Hobbs Salvador Skirt, £129
Its a wrap
A neat black jumpsuit gets a light floral touch with a subtle yet refreshing pattern.
This statement midi skirt boasts a fun garden of Eden print design which falls just shy of the flatteringly wide waistband.
Green leaves and orange blooms make for a fun and vibrant summer cover up.
G An elegant halter-neck top with the lightest ever floral pattern that takes you from beige to rouge so beautifully.
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Will it be Diamond & Lotus Flower, Peony & Cherry Blossom or Amethyst & Floral Bouquet? Go on, treat yourself - and your clothes - to them all!