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This is definitely one of our favourite spring trends, bringing some whimsical fun to the bridesmaid style stakes! Fun and flirty, floral prints are giving more traditional dresses a run for their money, with their enormous burst of colour appealing to brides after a laid back, quirky style for her leading ladies.
There are lots of styles to choose from when it comes to florals – soft, floaty feminine cuts, full on maxis in ditsy prints, or chic and short numbers in bolder prints. And you can mix and match your girls for a full on colour fest or if you’re after something a little less dramatic, one print or colour palette in different silhouettes would tie it all together nicely. Here’s our pick of the florals…
Claire Richards floral prom dress, £90 from Fashion World | Mint floral print dress, €225 from McElhinneys Bridal Room
White floral print dress, €39.95 from H&M | Bloom print prom dress, £109 from Monsoon | Tiffany midi floral jacquard dress, €119.39 from Asos
Lydia daisy off-the-shoulder dress, €53.37 from Asos | Maxi dress, £45 from Izabel London | AX Paris floral dress, €39.33 from Asos
Credits: Marianne Maxi, £219 from Monsoon | Pink floral dress, €240 from Ted Baker | Inis floral, £219 from Monsoon | Quixotic garden dress, £55 from Yumi | Lilly Collage dress, £89 from French Connection | Yellow jacquard floral print dress, £49 from M & Co | Bloom maxi, £199 from Monsoon | Gloria print silk dress, £109 from Monsoon (dress in middle)
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Pamela enjoys writing about all things decor (she loves buying it too) and has a not so secret addiction to stationery.