Trend Alert - Urban Florals - Native Styling
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Trend alert: Urban Florals

Jul 16 2018

Trend alert: Urban Florals

Hi guys!


It’s no secret that we like having a mix of very different articles over here. Today, we will be talking about something light and fluffy for good spirits in the summer season. There is a trend that we’ve been seeing kind of everywhere lately: urban florals.


What are urban florals you might ask? Well, it is the art of pairing flowy maxi or midi dresses with “ugly” sneakers, chunky or patterned boots. The trend has been growing both on the streets and on social media. Since we like to play, we thought we would create a few looks for you to get inspired from and style your urban florals.


This is the best combination between trying to look cute and being comfortable. Or being able to run errands in the city without feeling like you are a guest at a wedding. Floral dresses are such versatile items. From a styling standpoint, they are one of the staples any girl should have in their wardrobes. You can dress it up, dress it down, add accessories like belts, tights, chunky necklaces…and just turn it into any look you’d like. If you ever need any help creating looks like that for yourself or packing some floral dresses into your summer suitcase, contact us here. We will definitely make some magic happen for you!


Let’s get to the good stuff! As always, all the links will feature brands that fit into Native Styling’s values. Hope you’ll enjoy these looks!


Kicking & Screaming:


Dress, Sneakers, Earrings




Dress, Handbag, Boots




Dress, Necklace, Boots


The Edge of Tonight:


Dress, Sneakers, Handbag


Cinderblock Garden:


Dress, Handbag, Boots


What did you think about those looks? Would you be able to wear something like that? Is the trend too out there for you? Let us know in the comments below!

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