Real Flowers May Be Dead, But Floral Prints Are Very Much In 'Bloom' For Winter

November 15, 2012 by Melanie Barnes
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Though the flowers outside are nearly all gone, you don’t have to completely give up floral print for the year. You can wear it well into fall and winter when you stick to a darker color scheme and embrace the dramatic, moody hues of winter — much less feminine than those found in the warmer months. On the Fall 2012 runways, Dolce and Gabbana, Erdem and Alexander McQueen showcased the trend with needlepoint, patchwork and appliqué florals, respectively. To get the look, ditch the ditsy print in favor of large-scale blooms set against against dark and heavy fabrics. Check out the slideshow below for all the best winter floral picks, so you can stock your closet to make up for the lack of greenery until Spring hits.

We love these fall trends, too: Fur vests, camouflage jackets and laser-cut leather.

[Vanessa Jackman]



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