Florals for spring? Try something groundbreaking

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Florals for spring? Try something groundbreaking

If I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a thousand times (mainly because I’ve watched The Devil Wears Prada): florals aren't a ground-breaking trend for spring. But I'm here to tell you they have taken a new turn this season, so they can be worn in new ways.

Florals are being incorporated in mesh details, ruffles and cut-outs this spring to give them the edge they so desperately need. Have fun with floral print and opt for off-the-shoulder tops for your next ladies' lunch or give a cute ruffle mini a twirl for that wedding you might have coming up.

Here’s some fancy floral inspo to make florals groundbreaking this spring!

Pictured, left to right: Zimmermann Tempest Tucked Contour mini dress, Bec and Bridge Cha Cha top and pants, Alice McCall Sweet Poppy dress.

Pictured, left to right: Shona Joy Harper mini dress from David Jones, Forever New Vera crop top, Witchery Lydia Longline kimono, Cotton On Cleo blouse, Self-Portrait Asymmetric top from David Jones.

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Tue 26th Feb

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Wed 27th Feb

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Thu 28th Feb

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Fri 1st Mar

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Sat 2nd Mar

9:00am5:00pm

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