“Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking,” said Miranda Priestly, played by Merryl Streep, in the popular novel-based film, The Devil Wears Prada — which is perhaps every Fashionista’s favorite go-to movie. That scene always makes me giggle inwardly, considering the way Miranda Priestly said it in such a sarcastic manner. But my strange sense of humor aside, florals for spring really are one of the most common looks that a girl can wear out on the street when paired aesthetically with the right amount of style.
This Fashionista’s flair for fashion definitely deserves to be named a CollegeFashionista. She looks feminine and pretty in her light floral top with a pair of blue shorts and nude ballet flats (the pieces also complement her smooth and creamy complexion very well). The bags added a more appealing touch to her sophisticated appearance, but what really made her stand out was her confidence and the way she carried herself in her style — a true Fashionista with a very magnetic aura.
Florals may have always been a statement in the spring/summer season as far as I can recall, but with its diversity and unique patterns, one can surely come up with assorted ways of wearing them. Just like any other trend on the runway, even florals can have a groundbreaking take to it.
Grabbed from an old entry from College Fashionista: http://www.collegefashionista.com/style_advice_of_the_week_feminine_in_florals/?ajax=true&width=645&height=440