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Bright blooms and edgy patterns are what winter florals are all about! From the ornate floral embroidery seen at Dolce & Gabbana (left) to the more structured and sophisitcated designs at Bottega Veneta, click through for some tips on how to get the look!
Keep it sleek and simple by opting for single-stem blooms. Slightly less dense, but just as powerful.
Floral tote, R1199.95 by Ted Baker at Stuttafords
Abstract florals are the perfect update. If you're looking for a more arty and edgy approach, give these prints a try.
Thought mixing prints was so last season? Think again! Our fashion director gives her floral shirt an update by teaming it with a pair of cute and edgy leopard print kitten heels.
Instead of pretty pastel florals, think strong winter tones and bold blooms. We love Jessica Chastain's tailored Erdem dress, it's pretty without being prissy.
Peplum pencil skirt, R119.99 by Amber Jones at Mr Price
Floral and lace is a match made in heaven! GLAM it up with statement jewels like chandelier earrings or a beautiful headband.