It is safe to say that no gamut of trends will replace our ever-lasting love for florals. They're fun, they're feminine and not to mention, extremely summer-esque. The trend is so synonymous with the season that we have an instant throwback to Miranda Priestly's, 'Florals for spring? Groundbreaking!'. You can't go wrong with them, and with this trend, the more, the merrier. So, if you are exploring your options with floral print, we would like you to shift your attention towards Prints By Radhika. Her chic design aesthetics with ample usage of romantic organza has us swooning over her collection.
If you need a tip or two on how to nail these outfits, we have the best fashion bloggers who are winning in their style game show us how it's done. Let's take a look, shall we?
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Diipa wore this chic beige saree to her Ted-X talk with a contemporary gold choker. Knowing her minimal sensibilities, if you want to recreate her look, opt for wavy hair and minimal accessories.
Masoom Minawala shows us the power of going OTT in this blue pre-draped saree looks extremely picturesque. She complemented her look with modern danglers and a black micro-bag. Classy much?
We are taking stylespiration from Shereen Sikka on how to ace this tiered off-white lehenga set at a sangeet night. While the blouse itself is statement-worthy, you can stay clear of jewellery as well.
Aaliya from TheImageCode
If you aren't a big fan of pastel pinks, we feel you. Instead, choose this green organza saree, just like Aaliya, for a wine-and-cheese party. Pair it with a dainty bead necklace and continue to drop jaws.
After looking at Diipa, we are bookmarking printed blue this saree-pant set for a pool party. We'd like to pair some wedge heels and a dainty pair or contemporary gold earrings with this look, don't you think?
Make your post-quarantine occasions full of colour with this Masoom Minawala-approved red-green lehenga. Since the florals are pretty much statement-making, we would want to wear it with a simple maangtikka for a sangeet ceremony.
Tina from TheImageCode
If you're a part of the bridesmaid squad, how stunning would these printed green lehengas and sarees look? Tina gives us the dos and don'ts of wearing this simple, yet chic lehenga by pairing a choker and earring set. Pretty, no?
Malvika Sitlani Aryan
The makeup queen, Malvika, looks resplendent in this green organza saree. If you are as well updated about the makeup trends, opt for a scene-stealing look by wearing minimal jewellery and going for trend-setting makeup.
Which outfit from Prints by Radhika are you eager to try? Let us know in the comments below.