Trends: 3-D Florals That Stand Out This Spring


Trends: 3-D Florals That Stand Out This Spring

Denim Gets Dainty
Soft pink roses really lighten up the usual street style edge of a denim jacket, especially when worn with baby blue pants. Mismatched ankle-tie heels and a deep wine lip color top off this look.

Bodice Bouquet
A super textured top gives a funky and artistic vibe without looking too crafty. Paired with a pale gray coat, there is a definite springtime vibe.

Longer Lengths
Blogger Daria Shapovalova looks so sweet covered in deep burgundy blooms. The leather boots and ruffled hem infuse the outfit with a little Western flair, while an extra long denim jacket keeps it modern.

Bunch of Blossoms
This textured coat, by designer Nairi Barsegian, features a smattering of bright red flowers carefully situated around the hem.

Pastel Romance
A nod to classic ballet style, this dusty rose skirt is made of layers of tulle and embellished with sequins and romantic flowers. A double buckle belt and silver boots add some metallic charm

Living Beauty
Blogger Vanessa Hong is stunning in her structured blazer featuring vivid stems of pink and red lilies.

Crocheted Touch
From Christopher Kane’s Fall 2016 collection, this bag combines black netting with vibrant yarn flowers for a homespun DIY look.

Big Blooms
Wearing her love of flowers on her chest, model Mira Marchuk rocks a long wool coat featuring a massive tulip accent.

All-Over Accents
Coach stepped up the hardware on this little clutch, packing in a lot of fringe and florals.

Dressed Up or Down
It’s hard to imagine a long cardigan sweater looking stylish with a shiny red skirt, but the pretty white flowers make it a stylish match.

Now, the fashion industry is not-so-slowly adopting the same cutting-edge tech in its eternal quest for something new and different. Designer Iris van Herpen has long been experimenting with 3-D printing and Tommy Hilfiger introduced virtual reality headsets to his stores to let shoppers experience the runway show. Even Sephora has a new version of its app that allows you to “try on” makeup virtually.

For spring, a different kind of 3-D trend is blossoming and you don’t need a fancy headset or goggles to enjoy it. Floral appliqués of every shape and size are popping up on skirts, bags, jackets and more. From hyperrealistic bouquets to the youthful charm of crochet flowers, these florals a real stand out (literally).


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