This New Floral Trend Is About to Sprout Up Everywhere
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It's not hard to notice the flowers sprouting up on the Autumn 2015 runways. From New York to Milan, designers have been growing gardens on their clothing, and it's as pretty as it sounds. It's time to forget floral print and upgrade to floral appliqué, a process in which additional fabric is sewn onto a design, creating a decorative 3D effect.
At Dolce & Gabbana, sparkling roses were stitched onto the sleeves of turtleneck dresses and Mary Jane shoes, and at Delpozo, bright, eye-catching petals covered dresses. And since one scroll through the looks below — which are peppered with a few gorgeous detail shots — is sure to put you in the mood for Spring, we found blossoming pieces that you can wear right now. Just make sure you save them for Autumn, because when it comes to this ongoing trend, flowers never die.