Saturday 12 September 2020

15 Ways to Wear Florals This Autumn

floral dress

As summer has met September, I've been considering how my current wardrobe can now transition from Summer into Autumn. This year I've embraced floral prints more than ever and I for one think its about time that we challenge the assumption that florals are just for Spring.

If like me, you're thinking of that 'Devil Wears Prada' quote that put me off wearing florals in my teenage years, I'm here to prove to you that yes, florals really are "groundbreaking". Here's 15 ways to wear florals this Autumn.


At calf length, midi dresses are perfect for Autumn and can be worn with tights or without thanks to their comfortable length. Below I've partnered some of my favourite new season midi dresses with high rise black leather boots and an oversized straw tote bag to add an extension to the Autumnal colour palette.

If you wanted to enhance your silhouette on a looser fit dress, try adding a thick waist belt like the one I have linked below to pull you in at the waist.


Offering ankle length coverage and being easily layer-able, the maxi dress is ideal for Autumn when you want to feel confident and comfortable. You can easily partner a maxi dress with ankle boots and a fine knit cardigan for cooler temperatures or even make it more of a statement with a seasonal fedora hat.


Knitted or woven, the floral skirt is a lovely piece for your wardrobe. You can dress it up or down depending on your day. My go to choice for styling a floral skirt this Autumn would be to keep it chic with an all black colour palette, a high ankle Chelsea boot and a sophisticated structured handbag.


For a more casual dress code, you may opt for a pretty floral top. You could choose to dress it up with a chic pair of tailored trousers and a pair of heels, or instead style it for a daytime look as I have below.


Floral prints aren't just for clothes! I adore intricate gold jewellery with floral themes; luxurious handbags that offer a bohemian edge; and hair accessories that tie a look together beautifully. Here are some of my current season picks.

Share your favourite floral looks with me by tagging #styledbyevie and @evieroselane on Instagram or let me know what they are in the comments section below.



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