Lovely Flower Dresses for Spring and how to style them

Lovely Flower Dresses for Spring and how to style them
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Flower dresses for spring

Spring is just around the corner and I absolutely can’t wait to finally wear all my lovely flower dresses again! Colourful clothes in combination with warm sunrays always make me happy and raise my spirits. And just in case you don’t own a wonderful dress with flower pattern, but love flowers as much as I do, I found some wonderful pieces in several different online shops. On top, I am going to share some styling tips and outfit ideas with you.

The most beautiful Flower Dresses for Spring

Flower dresses for spring: RetroCat's shopping and styling tips

Of course there are so many different flower dresses available. Depending on the weather, you can choose between long or short sleeves, warm or light fabrics and so on.

Shops like TopVintage*, Napo-Shop* or Peggy Sue Vintage, for example, offer many different flower dresses from a variety of different brands. And here are some more dresses I especially like:

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How to style Flower Dresses for Spring

Dresses with flower prints can be styled in so many different ways. As those kind of dresses usually already are quite colourful, it definitely makes sense to colour-match the accessories. But before I am going to show you some outfit ideas, here is some style advice:

  • What about colour-matching your (seamed) stockings with your flower dress? This not only looks super elegant, but also is a real eye-catcher!
  • Springlike accessories like straw hats, parasols and colour-matching jewellery look great in combination with flower dresses.
  • Lovely springlike dresses with flower prints look great in combination with other light things. Instead of opaque tights, rather choose some delicate ones made of nylon, for example. And instead of classy jackets, I rather team my flower dresses with a cosy cardigan in a matching colour.

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Outfit Ideas for Spring

When it comes to styling flower dresses, I recommend to try a lot of different things. Colourful, bright accessories, for example. Or sometimes, you might prefer only wearing a wonderful dress without much else going on. So in the following, I have some concrete outfit ideas for you.

For the first Spring Days: A Flower Dress plus an Umbrella

RetroCat wearing a dress with tulips in spring

Outfit Details:

Dress: c/o Dolly and Dotty, similar here* and here*

Rose earrings: Glitter Paradise*

Gloves: Vintage, similar here*

Umbrella: similar here*

Handbag: via Peggy Sue Vintage

Nylons: Secrets in Lace

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Flower Dress and Cardigan for cooler Spring Days

RetroCat wearing a flower dress by Daisy Dapper and a sublte cardigan

Outfit Details:

Dress: Daisy Dapper, similar here*

Cardigan: no name, similar here*

Earrings: Glitter Paradise*

Hat: Vintage, similar here*

Straw bag: Vintage, similar here*

Shoes: Miss L-Fire, similar here*

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Blue Flower Dress and matching Nylons

RetroCat wearing a blue flower dress by The Seamstress of Bloomsbury

Outfit Details:

Blue dress: c/o The Seamstress of Bloomsbury*

Nylons: Secrets in Lace

Earrings: Glitter Paradise*

Gloves: similar here*

Shoes: similar here*

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Daisy Print for Spring

RetroCat wearing a comfy dress with daisy print by Vive Maria

Outfit Details:

Dress: c/o Vive Maria*, similar here*

Nylons: Secrets in Lace

Handbag: via Peggy Sue Vintage

Earrings: Glitter Paradise*

Shoes: Joe Browns Couture, similar here*

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Light Flower Dresses and springlike Accessories

RetroCat wearing a light flower dress by Unique Vintage

Outfit Details:

Flower Dress: Unique Vintage, similar here*

Earrings: Glitter Paradise*

Handbag: via Peggy Sue Vintage

Gloves: similar here*

Parasol: via Amazon*

Hairflower: similar here*

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