JARLO WEARS: Floral
It’s safe to say that in London, spring has definitely sprung and here at Jarlo, we’re ECSTATIC. With the weather so unpredictable, we’re injecting sunishine into our wardrobe – no, not by walking round in next to nothing, even though rain is always on the horizon – through FLORAL. Floral is a print that is unquestionably illustrative of the season; it’s fresh, bright and fun.
Around this time of year, it’d be difficult to avoid the flowery trend – but just how do you stand out from the crowd? For this week’s JARLO WEARS, we’re talking florals, and less conventional ways to wear them.
ROCK AND ROSE – Floral for a music festival.
Flowers and music festivals go hand in hand: Woodstock hippies, Coachella babes, and, of course, Jarlo Glastonbury girls; but sometimes uber femine floral just isn’t practical. Steer away from the whimsical side of the trend – and keep up with erratic temperature changes – with our Adora maxi dress.
Ideal layered over wellies and under a leather jacket, slip on the Adora for instant festival cool. Not only is the darker shade something different, but it’ll also disguise the inevitable mud stains – bonus!
LAZY DAISY – A casual floral outfit.
No matter the season, we’d always appreciate a few extra minutes in bed – who wants to spend the morning planning an outfit, when they could be snooooozing? Floral is a great way to make an outfit look “done” with minimal thought.
The on-trend shape and youthful print of our Paula dungaree dress make it the perfect piece to throw on in the morning – look you’ve made an effort, no matter how you’ve spent the spring evening before!
POWER FLOWER – A formal outfit featuring floral.
Sometimes, formal dressing can be a drag – an easy way to remedy this? With floral, duh!Perk up a dull event with our Nevada maxi dress; the length and cut keep it appropriate, but the poppy print means it’s far from boring.
Team with a statement necklace and polished accessories for a punchy yet “proper” look.
So, what are your thoughts on this week’s JARLO WEARS? Which outfit do you like best? Let us know!
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Words: Alex Ogden