Flowers doesn't always mean festival

Chic ways to wear Floral Crowns

With summer in full swing, an awesome heatwave, tanned skin, ice lollies & shorts;
i have a feeling way down in my gut that really we only have another month of summer
and then all the flower crowns and headbands are put away will next year, right? ...
Wrong! I have come up with 5 different ways we can all get away with wearing our
favourite roses with. (in our hair of course)


S e p t e m b e r   D a y   l o o k

chucky knitted cream cable sweater jumper, grey textured tailored shorts high waist, belted in at the top, black platform jeffrey campbell boots with buckles and cute out pieces, chunky gold ghetto necklace styled with black rose crown headband from roses and clementines
Snuggly cable knit with fab textured grey shorts, a retro chunky 
ghetto gold chain and some good old jeffrey campbell platform boots. 
A perfect look especially on brunettes (all items can be found on my fashiolista)


S e p t e m b e r   E v e n i n g   l o o k

asymmetric jumper, zara beaded velvet skirt, floral embellished sunglasses, mocha brown rose crown headband with a chic perfume ball
asymmetric cashmere jumper styled with a heavily embellished velvet pencil
skirt. Velvet always works in the winter. Ive added a perfume ball clutch
for glam and the floral embellished sunglasses for fun. 
(all items can be found on my fashiolista)


C h i c   F u n   l o o k
grungy zip jumper,nude leather gym shorts, cut out jeffrey campbell platform boots, orchid hairband, cat eye embellished sunglasses
Grungy loose grey jumper with black sleeves styled against the clean
cut nude leather 'gym' shorts and funky cat eyed sunglasses; is such a
fun 80's look. Adding the sneakers like platforms finishes off the sporty
look. I'd wear these cut out jeffrey's with black frilly socks.
(all items can be found on my fashiolista)


S t y l i s h   l e a t h e r   l o o k
leather panelled baby doll dress with ysl heels and ysl envelope clutch, styled with dark red lipstick and black flower crown
You can never go wrong with an all black look. Cute leather baby doll 
dress with high platform court shoes and a suede envelope clutch. Dark
lipstick gives the rock chick look. Add a tassel kimono and loose the heels
for this look to become day. (all items can be found on my fashiolista)


T e x t u r e d   e v e n i n g   l o o k
lace look, heavy lace black high waist skirt with lace crop top, feather jacket and red rose fascinator
I love wearing lace together especially heavy lace, it's such a romantic
look. The crop top is a lovely sexy cut, with sheer panelling and tassels,
worm with a high waist floral shinny lace skirt. Adding feather jackets to
a evening look always makes the outfit go 'chic'. Red lips would finish this
look off, complimenting the rose fascinator. 
(all items can be found on my fashiolista)

check out my look with a feather jacket here


22 comments:

  1. Every single outfit looks amazing!

    <3
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  2. Awesome hair gairlands! I love these inspirations!

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  3. What good post, you're really right and I love the first look! New outfit post-> http://lowbudget-lowcost.blogspot.it/2013/07/boyfriend-jeansvarsity-jacketwedges.html

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  4. :O I want them all so badly, especially the last two looks.

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  5. Love this! Please check out my newest post & blog at www.loveolia.com! Hope you'll follow on BlogLovin too!

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  6. Loving the leather look, so perfect and sexy ;)
    xx
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  7. Love love love
    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

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  8. Love the first and third looks! You can never go wrong with a knit and shorts xo

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  9. Amazing looks! So chic:)

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  10. Hello from Spain: beautiful wreaths proposals. Keep in touch

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  11. I´m absolutely in love with flower hairbands and you created wonderful looks!

    And thank you for your nice comment on my blog - I checked immediately your blog with the result: I like it!

    I would like to follow you on gfc and/or bloglovin. It´ll be great if you come return to my blog to follow me – then I will follow you immediately back.

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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  12. OMG!!!!!! Sweater and shorts from the first photo are just wonderful and perfect! *.*
    Really, Love it! You inspired me! ;*
    xx

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  13. Akk! That leather look :) and the fur! I've never known how to wear s floral crown in a more winters way now I feel inspired. :)
    And you've included the platform Jeffery Campbell's! :)
    X

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  14. I coul kiss you right about now!

    I just bought a floral crown and thought, errr why? The sun will be gone in aug no doubt. This post has been inspirational!

    Halima
    Fashionicide
    xo

    P.S - totally stalking Fashiolista!

    x

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  15. In love with the textured evening look, so dark and romantic ❤
    Love your flower crowns!

    -Helena
    helenashideaway.blogspot.com

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  16. Oh the first two are gorgeos
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    S xx

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  17. love each look!
    im obsessed with the jumper in the day look
    x
    http://anoddgirl.blogspot.com.au

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  18. You really do a great jog in showing fashion clothes, thank you for sharing.

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  19. You really do a great job in sharing fashion clothes, I like them.
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  20. Love all of these outfit ideas. Flower crowns are gorgeous and can be very sophisticated with the right outfit!

    Xo, Hannah

    sweetsweetnoir.net

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Rachael Dobbins
North East fashion blogger with a boho edge.
Floral crown maker, Bumble bee lover, Hippy at heart.
Forever dreaming of the seventies
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