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Don't Pass on Prints: How to Put a Fresh Spin on Your Winter Florals

Dec 19 2012 - 5:45am

To some people, feminine florals are an inherently springtime trend, but designers like Rag & Bone, Valentino, and Proenza Schouler all showed a bevy of bold flowered prints on their Fall runways — ushering in a new, unexpected look for the cold-weather months. Recently, we saw some always-stylish celebs getting in on the movement. Liv Tyler [1] sported a sexy fitted Dolce & Gabbana dress artfully layered with black tights, a wool coat, and a sweep of punchy lipstick, while Anne Hathaway [2] went for a ladylike vintage red velvet sheath and black pumps. Also stepping out in the dark, moody look was Rose Byrne, who got her floral fix in a wispy blouse tucked into a high-waisted skirt. We've styled up three outfits that incorporate Winter florals in a way that will have you rethinking your seasonal pattern rules. Click through to see and shop them now.

Dressy florals aren't a new concept by any means, but we love this sultry take on red and black romanticism. Inspired by Liv Tyler [3]'s night-out look, we've styled up a fitted floral dress with black tights and a contrast coat, then accessorized with sexy studded booties and a chain-strap bag.

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Put a spin on the girlie floral button-down blouse by making it party-ready with a black peplum miniskirt. Slip on a pair of metallic silver peep-toe heels and dainty (yet statement-making) pavé stud earrings, and then get ready to dance the night away.

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For a laid-back Winter weekend look, we love a pair of cropped leather pants with a cheeky tee and fun floral blazer. Add comfy tasseled loafers and an edgy cuff and call it a (stylish) day.

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