Weekly Wednesday Fall Fashion Trend: Out of Season Blooms

This is definitely one of my favorite fall fashion trends this year, Out of Season Blooms. We usually see fresh floral prints all over the place in the spring and summer, but not very often in the chillier months. When we do, it’s usually in the moody colors like deep greens, purples and blues. Not only do we get to see a little glimmer of summer this time around, but they’re even in the bright lively colors we usually associate with florals; bright fuchsias, violets and reds.

Out of Season Blooms

Source: IMAXTREE, Danielle Oberrauchd, Alessandro Lucioni

Since florals are always in style for our little ones, this will be quite an easy trend to follow! You could even mix and match some of your favorite summer styles with a fall jacket, leggings and boots to extend their wearability. Everybody has that one piece in their closet that they wish they could wear year round!

Here are a couple of fun floral new arrivals that would definitely be runway appropriate this fall, like the Desigual Girls tunic dress with it’s organic graphic print really popping off the gray knit material.

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Wear it as a tunic with some skinnies or as a dress with some tall boots and tights to complete the look. We also have a cute girls floral dress from always reliable Persnickety Clothing, perfect for a tea party or a Sunday church outing.

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With it’s back button down detail, tie back bow and ruffled hem Persnickety’s details never disappoint.  So what are your favorite florals this fall? As always, we would love to see them! Perfect timing to grab those photos and enter in our So Long Summer Giveaway. It ends friday so make sure to post yours with #LaBellaSummer to get your entries in.

xoxo Cassidy

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  1. […] summer (Easter anyone?) but things are really changing up this year. It seems that in addition to Out of Season Blooms, we have started to break the seasonal color molds and pastels are no exception. Expect to see […]

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