The autumn and winter runways showed an abundance of blooms for 2013. From the dark and dramatic to the bright and colourful, all ensuring that our winter wardrobes won't be a sea of dull boring, block colours.
Whilst the younger fashionistas may be mixing up their floral prints and wearing a clashing plethora of blooms on both their top and bottom half, I would prefer not to look like Grandma's sofa and mismatched curtains, so for anybody worried or feeling a tad too old to tap into this trend, a simple floral t-shirt with skinny jeans and heels will be a sure fire hit. Or how about updating a neutral colour palette with blooming marvellous accessories, the accessorize scarf featured below would be the perfect way to do this.
Floral Scarf £22 Accessorize. Winter Rose Biker Jacket £65 Oasis. Trailing Floral Trousers £50 Warehouse. Winter floral print dress £140 Karen Millen. Ted Baker T-Shirt £45. Acne fabric flats £300 at Kurt Geiger. Satin floral shoe £185 LK Bennett. Sophie Hulme Envelope Bag £335 Net-A-Porter. Paper Dolls Pencil Skirt £31.20 at House of Fraser.
Will you be saying it with flowers this winter?