This ‘How She’d Wear It’ floral prints post is entirely inspired by Coachella and all the floral wearing festival goers. I’m totally fascinated by the concert scene and what outfits people come up with, but especially at Coachella which seems have a culture of its own. That indie, hippie, rocker vibe all rolled into one. But even if you aren’t going to a music festival, you can tap into this modern flower child trend (with or without the flower crown) and channel your inner Kate Bosworth or Alexa Chung.
This was inspired by Clueless and the tiny floral babydoll dresses of the 90s. You could wear undone doc martens and go grunge or you could step into 2013 with graphic d’orsay flats. It’s casual but cute, and if you’re like me and not daring enough to sport a crop top, this would be a super comfortable option. What can I say? I like things simple. And I’m shy about my ripped up 8 pack.
Is it summer yet? Cause this outfit demands sunshine. So why the scarf? Because it isn’t summer, it’s spring. No need to bare everything just yet. Plus, it makes the outfit less tropical and vacationy. It becomes an outfit instead of something to wear to the beach. What I love about this combination is that it could easily be layered if the weather turned sour. Bring along rainboots and cargo jacket and you’re good to go for anything.
Crop top, cut-offs, boots, and flower crowns make up the exact outfit I imagine seeing at a music festival. I had to show you the outfit of my imagination even if I wouldn’t be ballsy enough to wear it. Vanessa Hudgens would wear something like this and I must say that I would die for those boots. They’re gorgeous. I know I posted a flower crown in here but seriously guys, you can make your own! It’s a lot of fun to make your own, plus you can make whatever you want. Massive blooms or just enough to make it look like you’re a daisy chain pro. BTW there are a gazillion DIY‘s out there for flower crowns.
– Julia of Style and Cheek