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How to rock this year’s summer floral trend

How to rock this year’s summer floral trend

Summer after summer, it seems like the flower trend just won’t end. But for 2021, flower power takes a more subdued route with its somber color palette and dainty prints.

If you’re unimpressed with florals for spring like Miranda Priestly, better take your floral fashion game to new heights with these new style offerings. From minimalist floral details by the JW Anderson X Uniqlo collaboration to all-out flower prints from Mango, here are some of the best floral pieces ready to be added to your next cart check out.

For the minimalist dressers out there, the new seasonal collaboration between JW Anderson and Uniqlo will give you hopes for brighter days ahead. The collaboration features wildflower embroidery accents on t-shirts, blouses, hats, tote bags, and other items from the collection. Other notable floral touches are blanket stitching on men’s shirts, women’s denim items, and bohemian smocking on dresses and skirts in colors as khaki, brown, and ivory.

The JW Anderson X Uniqlo summer collection will drop on April 23, 2021 at the Glorietta flagship store and online.

Zara has a pretty fun selection for floral fans out there who are into sustainable fashion as well! From coordinates, maxi dresses with sleeves or without, chiffon skirts, and high-slit numbers, these pieces will truly let you have fun under the sun. For men, there are a lot of options whether you’re a cool guy who likes to spruce up a look with a collared shirt, or if you’re casual dresser into microprinted flowers and bold florals. One can find the right shirt for you which can also be paired with floral print swimwear to take to the beach or the pool.

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If you prefer a more subtle but still fun flower power, check out Mango’s latest offering. You can find knit tops with flower detailing in olive and yellow. There are also romantic pieces of blouses, skirts, and dresses with ruffles and ribbons. For men, there are breezy floral options like a sunflower-printed linen shirt and a printed short-sleeve polo shirt in a flowy fabric.

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