Here are five wearable looks of the seasonal flower trend.
How Solange Knowles are these shorts? She favours brights, but her patterns never have clashing colours; they’re always in the same tonal range. These high-waisted shorts combine a fashion-y silhouette with in-your-face pink. Naturium shorts, £28, Oasis.
This dress will see you through difficult summer parties and weddings with awkward seating plans. The individual prints may be feminine, but together they are stronger. Combine the edgy print mash-up with structured tailoring and pockets (always a good idea) and you’re battle-ready. Marcus Lupfer Vivian dress, £315, Net-A-Porter.
This rose print version of Adidas Originals’ Firebird track top is made for city parks and canal towpaths, not fields and river walks. The classic sportswear shape contrasts sharply with the Old Master-style print, making it eye catching. Adidas Originals Firebird, £50, JD Sports.
These shoes are discreetly dangerous, with the silent assassins of metal-toed shoes compared with the much more obvious steel-toed bovver boots. Ted Baker has been playing a good flower print game for some time now, and this cool designer knows how to get subversive with flora. Luceey court shoe, £120, Ted Baker.
If you want to be bold, go big, like this lightweight T-shirt does, where just one print will cover the majority of your chest. We never promised you a rose garden, but we reckon these few blooms can pick up the slack. Placement floral tee, £28, Warehouse.