Floral Blouses for Autumn Winter 2017

Whether you’re ready for it or not, winter fashion is flooding into both online and in bricks and mortar stores. There are a lot of feminine shapes this winter in the form of ruffles and bell sleeves. Florals are also a key print for winter 2017, but they tend to be moodier florals as opposed to bright florals that we expect to see during Spring and Summer. Floral blouses are one of the easiest ways to incorporate this trend into your wardrobe for this Autumn and Winter 2017

Floral Prints for 2017

I’m a big fan of florals during all seasons, but I’m really liking the colours of the florals that are coming out in long sleeve off the shoulder tops and blouses. Many of the floral patterns are a busier, smaller print which can be overwhelming for some women to wear. But before you ditch this print, I encourage you to give it a go.

How to Wear Floral Blouses This Winter

Many of the winter florals for 2017 have darker hues and many of the blouses are being teamed up with distressed jeans or leather skirts which can toughen the look and make it a little more edgier.

wear floral blouses with leather skirt for winter 2017

 

wear floral blouses for winter 2017 with distressed jeans bohemian traders

I’ve found a few styles that range in budget. My favourite would have to be the Primrose print by Bohemian Traders. I’m really drawn to the mustard tones and I think this colour print is gorgeous and not at all mumsy. If the blouse is not your thing, choose a style of top that has a modern or trendy touch like bell or fluted sleeves or off the shoulder. I’ve included some suggestions below.

floral blouses for winter 2017

  1. Sunny Girl Floral Blouse $49.95
  2. Spicy Sugar Off The Shoulder Floral Top $49
  3. Dorothy Perkins Floral Print Shirt $69.95
  4. ASOS Influence Floral Blouse $22
  5. Bohemian Traders Evening Primrose Billow Blouse $149
  6. Portmans Fluted Midnight Floral Top $79.95

Layer Your Floral Blouse

For sheer blouses, I will wear a cami underneath. For extra warmth, a long sleeved t-shirt in a similar colour will ensure you are able to wear your blouse through winter.

Those fur and suede vests that you invested in last season (and the season before) will contrast beautifully with a floral print. When exploring how to wear new patterns, think about how you can add texture and layers to your outfit.

Florals. Are you a fan of floral blouses? Will you give florals a try this season?

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  • I’m loving the off the shoulder blouse

  • I’m excited to see the darker floral blouses coming in. Although I will have to make one with my no buy clothes commitment (quite fond of that little loop hole!)

  • Hugzilla

    Oh wow… I’m not sure what I feel about this… LOL.

  • These are very pretty. I’m in the process of making a drastic change to my wardrobe. I’ll blog about it shortly, but I’m basically stripping right back to basics, creating a ‘work-from-home’ uniform, and casual pieces for weekend. My type of capsule. I hate clothes shopping (I know, I’m a freak), and hate spending money. I think it’s going to work for me.

  • I love the second image with the floral blouse and black ripped jeans. Very cool look. I’d wear that 🙂

  • I’m ready to give florals a go this autumn and winter! I love the versions with bell or fluted sleeves to add some extra interest.

    Ingrid
    http://www.fabulousandfunlife.blogspot.com.au

  • Do it Ingrid. Yes I love the fluted sleeve styles too. 🙂

  • I could see you in that. Yes, it’s how I would wear my floral blouse too.

  • It can be a big process, but I think it’s a great way to organize your wardrobe and outfits. Capsule wardrobes save on unnecessary spending and time thinking about what to wear!

  • HAHAHA. I laughed when I first saw your comment. If you did choose to wear a floral blouse, I reckon the ASOS is your style with some ripped black jeans. Give it a go. I reckon you’d surprise yourself!

  • I would love to see what you’d make Robyna. You so talented! I wish I knew how to sew.

  • Yeah it’s lovely isn’t it? 🙂