Bold floral print is already very hard to tame, plus the pajama looking? I don’t know who can pull it off, until I saw this look of Florence Welch.
Of course she has never been afraid of print. But for me, another important reason that this look is so stunning is because the print is from Prabal!
For me, Prabal Gurung is a legend. He and his line are both so young.It’s hard to believe that after launched his first collection during New York Fashion Week in february2009, Prabal has already dressed leading ladies including Michelle Obama, Demi Moore, Zoe Saldana and Oprah Winfrey.
Among all of his presentations, his pre-fall 2012 is my favorite. The Indian-culture inspired print is truly breathtaking. For the designer, it’s may be his salute to the place where he started his career. For me, what I appreciate most is the designer didn’t use lots of obvious embroidery, instead he focused on the fabric itself: the texture of the fabric and the depth within the print. One top of that, the subdued, earthen color palette really makes us much easier to capture the floral trend.
Other designer print pieces that I like: from STELLA CCARTNEY,THAKOON and CLEMENTS RIBEIRO:
Affordable version from here and here:
What do you think of Florence Welch’s look? Have you tried the head-to-toe floral look?