We've found the best lust-worthy dresses to add to your spring wardrobe
'Florals for spring? Groundbreaking.'
Sorry Miranda (aka Meryl Streep), but florals are definitely in this spring. Everywhere you look there are floral prints in loud colours; dotted tea dresses and pink-hued maxi dresses galore. When it comes to prints, florals get a grown-up reboot for spring, with ditzy digital prints being replaced with luxe, retro and embroidered alternatives.
And there isn't showing any slowing for the case of the maxi dress, either, with longer versions of wrap dresses, tea dresses and off-the-shoulder dresses making a popular appearance as neighbours to their shorter counterparts.
There is even a blend of the oh-so feminine florals and frills with a kick of androgyny: fashion is in a state of flux, and we're totally on board with it. Pairing the pretty dresses that have leg splits and frilly sleeves, with tough lace-up leather boots or casual trainers and a leather jacket, is what this season-blending, gender-bending style is about.
Don't be afraid of frill detail and exaggerated sleeves, either - these trends are looking solid, and are great fun for experimental dressing. There really is no limits when it comes to layering - whether it's layering frills of fabric on sleeves, or t-shirts and roll-neck jumpers under a skimpy silver slip dress. This season is colourful, it's eclectic, it's bold and it's brave. Anything goes.
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