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Read how to wear floral prints like a celebrity year round. Floral prints are always a big hit with celebrities. Designers like Dolce & Gabbana love to provide them. These breathtaking garments are most popular in the spring. Add the right layers and the proper accessories, however, and you can wear them year-round.
Recently, talk-show host Drew Barrymore sported a green, floral-print maxi dress to an event in New York City. Actress Emma Roberts posted a photo of herself wearing a red floral Valentino gown with a high neckline. Designers make these out of organza or chiffon or sometimes satin. These gowns are always beautiful, and the perfect dresses for a wedding or other important occasion.


  1. Dolce & Gabbana Provide Floral Dresses That Are Always a Hit
  2. Wear Light Layers in Spring
  3. In Summer, Breathable, Moisture-Wicking Fabrics Are Key for Comfort
  4. Florals and Cardigans Are Perfect Layering Pieces in Fall
  5. Choose Frosty Colors and Jackets in Winter
  6. Wrapping Up How to Wear Floral Prints like A Celebrity Year Round



Dolce & Gabbana Provide Floral Dresses That Are Always a Hit

Floral dresses are always popular because they remind people of spring. They shout out what beautiful things come after a cold winter. It is natural to want to wear a floral print in the early spring. Dolce & Gabbana always offers bright and colorful dresses full of beauty and color.

Enjoy wearing those dresses on warm days, but don’t put those dresses away after dressing for the balmy Dog Days. You can wear these gorgeous prints in all seasons. The trick is to layer these prints with the right sweater or jacket. Then finish the look with accenting jewelry.


Wear Light Layers in Spring

In spring, Nicole Kidman and Chrissy Teigen both wear flower-patterned outfits with soft pastel hues. Matching such dresses with a light sweater helps you to stay in thermal comfort even on a chilly day.

Go for a sweater in a light color like cream or coral. Pair your dress with neutral booties, and matching bright accessories. A crossbody bag, and straw-brimmed hat add a fun finishing touch.

For rainy days, invest in an traditional trench coat in camel and colorful rain boots. Both look great with your floral dress.



stylist in orange floral print on blue backdrop accessorized with plateau sandals, bag, pearl studs and necklace
Outfit inspiration with an abstract flower print on blue background. I used plateau sandals, an orange bag, pearl studs and a gemstone necklace to accessorize. More on accessorizing busy prints.



In Summer, Breathable, Moisture-Wicking Fabrics Are Key for Comfort

In the heat of summer, Nicole Scherzinger, for instance, rocked a white floral dress and snappy white flat mules with a tan fedora. Kate Middleton loves wearing floral dresses with crisp heels even on hot summer days. Who could ever forget the beautiful floral print dress she wore just hours after giving birth to Prince George?

Nothing is worse than getting hot and sweaty when the temperatures are in the 90s or beyond (greater than 32.2oC). On muggy summer days, wear breathable fabrics that allow your sweat to evaporate. That way your clothes won’t stick to your skin, and you get some evaporative cooling. Linen and cotton materials are excellent choices. A loose cotton shirtdress is also great choice because it is both comfortable and stylish. Wear that dress along with either clunky white sneakers or sandals. Keep your legs bare to stay cool, and wear simple jewelry, for instance, wrist bangles, and loop earrings.


Celebrity Venus Williams wearing a floral top with pink pleated skirt
Venus Williams looking chic in a floral top and pink mini skirt at the first round doubles action from the Women’s draw at the 2013 US Open. Serena and Venus Williams defeated Silvia Soler-Espinosa and Carla Suarez Navarro: 6-7(5), 6-0, 6-3. Edwin Martinez from The Bronx, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons.


Florals and Cardigans Are Perfect Layering Pieces in Fall

Kaia Gerber wore a floral mini dress with black boots last September. Wearing florals works during fall when you choose deep colors like rusts or golds. Compliment your dress with a knit cardigan. A light tan cardigan, for instance, looks great over a dark floral dress. When you choose a bright floral dress, try a black cardigan.

Keep warm on those chilly fall days by wearing black tights under a floral dress. Pair those tights with suede knee-high boots. Alternatively, go for a jeans jacket over a floral dress for a rough chic look. More on having ageless style in florals.


Choose Frosty Colors and Jackets in Winter

Fashion designer Richard Quinn created a fall wardrobe using fabrics with oversized flowers. Floral prints, especially on a dark background are always welcome during cold winter months. Another excellent choice are powder blue and lilac prints.


Reina Letizia in a sheath with large lilac flower print
Queen Letizia of Spain in a floral sheath with large lilac print Presidencia El Salvador from San Salvador, El Salvador, América Central, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons


Pair your winter flower tunics or dresses with leggings and chunky black boots like combat or duck boots. Wear a turtleneck over a floral skirt and wear a winter sweater with them both. When the temperatures drop outside, cover up with a thick wool coat. It’s a perfect outerwear for a floral dress. Accessorize your outerwear with a scarf and gloves in a neutral of your color palette. Then add thick socks and snow boots.


Wrapping Up How to Wear Floral Prints like a Celebrity Year round

It’s natural to wear floral prints in the spring. You can enjoy them all year round as well. Choose the right colors for the season, and match them with the right accessories. It’s the perfect way to remember that spring is coming by visiting Dolce & Gabbana.


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  1. Blumenkleider von Dolce & Gabbana finde ich auch immer wahnsinnig toll. Du siehst super aus in diesem Kleid. Ja der ganze Look ist schön.
    Liebe Grüße Tina

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