Spring 2016 Runway Translation ~ The Floral Trend

The infusion of flowers into the Spring Collections is as permanent a fixture on the runways as the models themselves.  Ne’r a Spring runway season has passed without the explosive use of this colorful print.  Flowers are nature’s gift to us, a sign of fresh starts… and they  must be admired and nurtured as their beauty is fleeting.  I loved the use of floral prints on the Spring 2016 runways, and that long withstanding trend has made it safely into our retail channels.

I’ve shown 3 of my favorite flower-power looks from Oscar de la Renta, Etro, and Calvin Klein (below) and have found what I think are 3 great shoppable translations of the trend for you.  ‘Tis the season, and being on trend this Spring means taking your seat at the garden party…

Spring 2016 Runway Trend- Floral

Spring 2016 Runway Translation- FloralLook 1: Oscar de la Renta inspired Adrianna Papell pleated sheath Matelassé dress found for $265 at johnlewis.com

Look 2: Etro inspired Free People So Divine romper found for $128 at shopbop.com

Look 3:  Calvin Klein inspired Phase Eight Kazumi maxi dress found for $87 at johnlewis.com

 

Stay tuned for more Spring 2016 Trend Translations!

XOXO,
RT Signature

 

About Michelle

I am a stylist and former fashion buyer, and I am obsessed with all things STYLE. I started Runway Translator as a way to share my love for styling and curating head-to-toe looks for women. I love creating interesting combinations by mixing high-end and affordable pieces. My inspirations come from the runways of New York, Paris, Milan, and my own local fashion scene in Tampa, Florida.
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