As any fan of The Devil Wears Prada will tell you, florals aren’t groundbreaking fashion. That is, until classic patterns land in bold new places.
From tanks and tees to jumpers and jackets, we’re spotting flower power on queers all over town this season.
Inspired by a cacaphony of real people working the real streets in florals in our Q Shots galleries, check out our photo essay below for a few ways to work the looks.
Floral Tank Tops
Top photo $38, deuscustoms.com
Second photo from $16, asos.com
Floral Mini Skirt
(Also comes in Hoodie)
Garden Print Jumper
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