8 Times Bollywood DivasProved That Florals For Spring Can Be Awe-Inspiring |

8 Times Bollywood DivasProved That Florals For Spring Can Be Awe-Inspiring

Miranda Priestly, the editrix from the “Devil Wears Prada” may throw a fit at this thought, but we firmly believe that florals for spring work wonderfully. It may be overdone and lich, but hey, cliches stem from the truth, don’t they? And no matter put away the big coats and pull out our summery floral dresses out of the closet the second spring rolls in.

Florals are here to stay, so much that the print ruled the runways all over the world, even for fall-winter collections over the last year. If that’s happening globally, how can we let go of them during the season they’re made for? We rounded up six recent celebrity looks full of blossom!

A trend that is making a grand comeback this hot season is that of floral prints. Although floral prints resonate with summer and spring, the right choices can set your wardrobe in tune with winter and autumn too! Floral jackets, scarves, pants or sarees, can be some timeless additions to your wardrobe.

When Sonam Kapoor bathed herself in florals by Gucci.


Deepika Padukone in her luxe floral maxi dress


Huma Qureshi making a strong case in her Zara coordinates.


Malaika’s beautiful, floral applique dress by Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla is the perfect bridesmaids dress ever!


Why just floral dresses? Athiya Shetty is giving us major goals with her fancy, floral detailed pants. We are already dreaming of these!


Kangana Ranaut’s floral nine yards is everything..!


Bloom in Bottoms

Floral print shorts or skirts are your best bet if you do not want a splash of flowers all over you. You can team these with single colored tank tops or t-shirts. Long skirts and palazzos are also making a stylish comeback, so you can choose from those too. Just make sure that you keep the top simple.

Splash some on the top

Too much of vibrant prints can kill the whole look. If you are thinking of covering yourself in floral prints with a printed top and bottoms, then do it smartly. Just as you would team floral shorts or skirt with a monochrome t-shirt, you must pair a floral top or shirt with block or single-colored shorts or pants to let the floral charm work best for you.

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