How to Style a Floral Dress
Flowers and floral patterns are popular in every season – in particular in spring and summer.
According to “Brides”, floral dresses for wedding guests are absolutely groundbreaking!
What Pattern Is Right for Me?
Floral patterns are very flattering and suit every body shape. You can opt for a flattering A-line dress, a skin-tight one or a boho-chic frock. A floral dress will bring out your femininity and make you feel more confident.
How to Choose a Flattering Print
Floral prints are infinite! You can go for small flowers or big ones, spaced apart or closed together, with leaves or just blossoms and in different colours.
In general, large flowers are more flattering to petite body types. Don’t pick large patterns if you are beautifully curvy, as these might add a few pounds to your silhouette.
For slim/normal bodies, you can pick both small and large floral patterns. If you feel that the pattern is too much, you can tone it down with a mono-colour belt or a scarf.
A dark background colour will give the impression of a slimmer figure and, vice versa, a loud bright one might make it more difficult to conceal weight issues. Lots of dresses for wedding guests can be found online”.
Pick the Right Accessories
To make the most of a floral dress, the right accessories and make-up are key.
Floral dresses for weddings pair up wonderfully with neutral-colour shoes and bags. Black, beige, nude and white accessories will add balance to your look and harmony to your style.
Of course, if you feel super-confident and want to boost your image, feel free to ditch the neutral colour and mix patterns instead! You will instantly appear more trendy and stylish, and you will make heads turn!
For example, you can pair your dress with a funky bracelet with different-coloured beads, or you can choose two or three colours from your dress and pick your accessories accordingly.
What About Make-up?
Finally, let’s talk about the kind of make-up you could use! As with the accessories, you can go for neutral shades to avoid conflict with the floral pattern. Or you can pick a shade from your dress and make yourself up accordingly. What about a nice blue lipstick to go with your gardenias?