Florals Get Even Trendier! (Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013)

Floral trend makes a big comeback every now and then. Usually it gets hotter during warmer seasons but Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 is going to be an exception. Following the bloom of florals in the Spring/ Summer 2012 collections we can expect re-invention of the trend in the upcoming season, but prints will become darker, edgier and more luxurious.

peter-pilotto

Vogue fashion director, Lucinda Chambers commented on the re-appearance of the floral trend:

Flocked fabrics and lace overlays added an air of ornateness, putting a fresh spin on the idea of flowers in winter.”

So, what is the floral trend of Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 like? Let’s see how designers represented it in their collections.

Floral Trend In Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 Collections

dolce-and-gabbana

It is right to start from Dolce & Gabbana that showcased a few fantastic designs featuring floral trend during their Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 fashion show. Intricate floral embroidery was seen on everything from dresses and jumpsuits to bags and shoes.

erdem

Erdem florals were much darker and even a little gloomy but they were very beautiful, too.

burberry-prorsum

Burberry Prorsum floral designs were muted, perfect for ladies who prefer monotone outfits but want a little change in their wardrobes.

temperley-london

Dresses in Temperley London Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 collection were bold and bright with flowers making them look lively and cheerful.

osman

Osman mixed different florals making the trend even more complicated but at the same time more interesting.

mcq

Florals in McQ were cute and feminine, and being featured on full skirts they were edgy, too.

marc-jacobs

Marc Jacobs didn’t use florals as the focus in his collection, but those did play an important part balancing rather flamboyant outfits.

See how other designers pulled the floral trend off in their Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 collections:

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  • I love this trend for the most part. It’s fresh, theatrical, and original.