Atlanta appears to be the ideal place in that there are undoubtedly distinct seasons, but the climate remains moderate more or less. That means that there are days in February where a light sweater is all you need. This Fashionista took advantage of these types of days and donned an outfit that perfectly suited the fact that it is technically winter, but it is 70 degrees outside.
Florals have been allocated to spring and summer, but this Fashionista proposes that they can be a perennial part of your wardrobe. Paired with a three quarter length sleeve T-shirt and classic black riding boots, her floral shorts blend seamlessly into the sea of jeans and sweaters flowing through the Emory campus. Worn with a chunky knit cardigan, the outfit is fairly realistic for a nippy day out.
Obviously, I would not urge a college student in Ithaca, New York to wear this in negative degree weather, but for people in school in a harsher climate where this seems impossible, I urge you to reconsider this possibility. Try pairing floral jeans with a faux leather jacket, a simple tee and these Jeffrey Campbell booties in black. Hopefully this ensemble would both keep you warm and help transfer a seemingly unrealistic trend into an easy way to stay warm and trendy.
No matter where you go to school, it is very possible to act on this trend. Florals shouldn’t be limited to fleeting summer months. With the right outfit, your flowery shorts, blouses, jeans and headbands can still make a statement and look like they belong.