The notion of florals is normally identified with the coming of spring, but this fall, expect to see the popular print presented in a way that even Wednesday Addams would be in support of. Floral prints don’t always have to be perceived as “girly,” as designers such as Miu Miu, Gucci, and even Topshop are churning out this familiar print with a gothic-meets-grunge vibe that we’re very excited about. With Halloween and Thanksgiving around the corner, harnessing darker hues just makes sense, doesn’t it?
Thanks to the overwhelming amount of street style pictures and shoppable products to prove it, wearing floral prints in darker shades is officially a trend. Anticipate opaque ruffled blouses, delicate maxi dresses, and shoes that are almost too gorgeous to take out of the box, to grace your closets this fall as you embrace your dark side once and for all this season.
Keep reading to see the best street style shots of this trend and to shop the pieces we are loving!
Pair a dark floral dress with moto boots.
Layer a turtleneck underneath a floral dress this fall.
Match your shoes to the florals in your dress.
A backpack gives edge to a long floral dress.
Make a short dress fall-appropriate with long sleeves.
Twin with your best friend this fall in contrasting floral-print dresses.
Vintage denim pairs perfectly with floral tops.
Statement denim is a great counterpart to floral blouses.
Make a statement jacket less formal with jeans and a T-shirt.
Layer a turtleneck underneath this sleeveless beauty for a pristine fall ensemble.
Boots this gorgeous and this affordable should never be passed up.
We can already think of one hundred different ways to style this skirt for fall.
Give this dress some edge with a pair of moto boots.
Lucky you—wearing your pajamas IRL is still a thing, and we are still in full support of it.
Because toting around a huge bag is frustrating, and this tiny one is adorable.
This just might be your most photogenic fall top yet.
Ruffles, off-the-shoulder, long sleeves, and midi length… What’s not to love?
Not your average sneakers, that’s for sure.
Make your work trousers a little more interesting this fall.
Cascading ruffles and a flirty neckline are always a good idea.
This coat is everything.
Pleated skirts are the easiest pieces to style for work. Just add a sweater, button-down, or T-shirt, and you’re done.
It wouldn’t be fall without a pair of furry Gucci loafers.
If you’re considering splurging on this stunning dress, we definitely don’t blame you.