It is spring in Brazil and flowers left the gardens to stamp Fashionistas’ clothes, traditionally appearing in dresses and skirts, but also in pants and even blazers. This trend is not exclusive of South America, because in the runways of New York Fashion Week the flowers appeared in its classical form but also in abstract and graphic patterns, sometimes leaving the romantic side, to gain a rock style.
The Fashionista of the week studies Fashion Business at Anhembi Morumbi, she is 19 years old and she works as a model. She has a classic style, and believes that a white T-shirt is essential in the closet; she likes to follow fashion blogs and reads a lot of magazines as Elle, Vogue and Bazaar. Her look matches a floral shirt with white blazer, and to break the brightness she bet on a black jeans and ballerinas.
Flower prints are classic, they remind us of summer time and hot days, but if you are not sure of how to use them during winter or at night, you should try a tight flowered skirt with a hoodie and sneakers or a dress with a cardigan, over knee socks and ankle boots. Do you wanna rock? Try on flowered prints on a black fabric and abuse of heavy accessories as tacks and skulls. To go out at night bet on a flowered skinny jeans with a blouse of noble fabric, blazer and high heels or a high-waist skirt, transparent blouse with flower patterns, clutch and good accessories as bracelets and rings. Endless options and audacity will certainly make the difference. Be confident!