The fashion weeks of Spring Summer 2018 are showcasing the best in latest clothing trends and styles.
And this time, these fashion trends are taking us back to the vibrant era of 60’s, with high waists, billowy sleeves, pleats and not to miss, the signature peonies.
While tiny florals on washed out pastels have always been there, fashion blogs suggest that it is time for a 60’s flower-power redux with bright shades and larger patterns.
Here’s how you can rock the retro-inspired floral prints in your wardrobe.
1. Concentrate On The Colors
To bring back the retro vibe of the 60’s, pick colors that are vivid yet feminine. Keep aside your soft pastels and choose garments featuring floral prints on bright yellow, tangerine, teal, navy and off-white.
2. Pick The Patterns Carefully
While florals have been a constant in fashion news, what makes the 60’s patterns so different are their distinguishable size, shape and style. Keep the retro touch in your floral ensembles by sticking to larger and denser prints on contrasting backdrops.
3. Work On The Separates
60’s vibrant florals look their best when worked with separates and co-ords. Instead of a one-piece ensemble like a maxi dress, try to break the look into distinguishable tops and bottoms. Layering with a floral jacket earns extra brownie points!
4. Try Print Mixing
While 60’s fashion style is about large florets and dramatic colors, if things get out of hand while styling, you can always rely on neutrals. Pair your 60’s florals with neutral-toned checks and stripes for a perfectly layered look that spells quirky yet refined.
5. Embrace Fluid Fashion
Infuse an essence of comfort into your floral ensembles this season. Billowy cuts, dramatic sleeves and flowy hemlines go perfectly in sync with 60’s signature florals and set the retro mood like nothing else. So opt for organic yet luxurious fabrics like cellulose fiber.
Florals keep coming back because of their fresh and natural charm. Get the 60’s floral look with LIVA tunic dresses, formal jumpsuits, and kurtis to make a springtime fashion statement. Crafted from environmentally friendly, fiber cellulose fabric, these garments exude both, refinement and sheer comfort.
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