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Falling For Florals

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A look from the Etro Fall 2017 Runway Collection.

Though they are typically associated with the Spring and Summer collections, floral prints are keeping their blooms into the Fall. This season, though, we’re seeing some exotic petals, like the Asian-influenced flowers that populated Etro’s runway. We especially love the depth created when layered, like in this look.


Dolce & Gabbana presented a whole patchwork of petals this season. Bringing together some heavily Italian motifs, this look brings together all sorts of botanicals—from lemon blossoms to roses and psychedelic-hued leaves.


At Chloé, Clare Waight Keller presented a heady ensemble for her final turn on the brand’s catwalk. With a heavy dose of 70s influence, the paisley swirl on this dress is interspersed with groovy flowers and a few visiting butterflies.


Versace, on the other end of the spectrum, put out a positively electric collection of dresses, including this wild floral-print mini. Layers of wild flowers collide, though somehow maintaining a perfect harmony.


Pinko presents just about the perfect go-to cocktail dress. Marrying floral and lace, this LBD is a touch romantic, but not too sweet. If you’re looking for something with a little more impact, don’t miss their one-shoulder floor-length gown patterned with bright pink blooms.


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