I'll be honest, I am not a big fan of floral prints. They rarely impress me or get my attention. However, it's equally true that florals are one of the top prints any designer likes to play with.
So, we have picked a few outfits in floral prints which can give you an idea on how to and how not to wear it.
BIG FLOWERS CLUBBED WITH ANOTHER PRINT: HOW NOT TO!
The one above donned by Sonam is a unique way to sport a floral Cinderella gown but that's if you're ready for a photoshoot like here Ms Kapoor was. Normal life, please do not match any other print with floral because it's already an extremely busy print.
SMALL SPACED OUT PRINTS FOR GIRLS WHO ARE TALL AND DON'T HAVE A PETITE FRAME: HOW TO!
Above is Katrina Kaif wearing a simple hand-painted white and red lehenga choli with small floral prints. She is tall and hence this print works for her. Also, Isha Ambani wears a white outfit with multi-coloured petals printed on it- she doesn't fall in the slender frame category, hence these small floral prints work best to complement her bodytype.
TO MUCH CHAOS IN THE PRINT: HOW NOT TO!
Maybe a person with a fab body and face like Jacqueline Fernandez could carry it off but on an average such busy prints in floral should be avoided. If you really like a print like this, then try breaking the monotony by pairing it with something solid.
FLORAL ON A BEAUTIFUL SHADE: HOW TO!
Hina Khan sets a perfect example to show how a beautiful colour can take away from the print. If you're confused about the size of the flowers, or the print in general, then opt for a shade which looks classy and attractive, to conceal the flaw of the print.
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