As every stylista knows, floral-infused fashion is the most common way to welcome spring. Sure, it’s appropriate; however, you may find yourself starting to feel a little ... blasé about this trend. Well collegiettes, I’m here to tell you that there’s a way to look fashion-forward and still unleash your inner flower child. Enter floral jewels.
From Prada’s rose-detailed earrings to Oscar de la Renta’s blossoming ring, flower power dominated the spring runways. As your campus' resident trendsetter, it's your duty to rock this trend. In need of some styling inspiration? I have your chic back!
Ladylike in Lace
Whenever you think of fashionable flowers, you think of undeniably feminine styles, right? Just me? This is awkward. Regardless, a pair of flower earrings would look so classic with a lace dress. After all, the spring runways were filled with these timeless looks! Take this look to the next level with a messy updo and a light pink lip.
Spice up Your Favorite Tee and Jeans
Sometimes, you end up succumbing to a simple T-Shirt and jeans. Though it’s a glamour “no-no,” we’ve all done it before. To give this basic look a fashionable kick, accessorize with a flower necklace. The detailing in the flowers, as well as the unexpected dash of elegance, will give your outfit that “effortless chic” vibe that every fashionista tries so hard to achieve.
Floral on Floral
Not ready to completely ditch your favorite floral dress? Rock a statement necklace with your dress! The combination will give your outfit that quirky kick that spring demands. Clashing color palettes gives your flower powered look a innovative and "Editorial" twist. For the same effect, sport a patterned dress with your jewels.
Never Underestimate the Power of Stacking
Listen closely, tomboys: florals don’t have to be girly. Instead of taking the super feminine path, pair a flower ring with tons of stacked bracelets. The two juxatposed styles will creative an off-beat alternative to floral jewels. To tie the two styles together, add a denim vest- it's versatile and a spring essential.
How would you rock this jewelry trend? Sound off below!