Trend Alert: Florals for Plus Sizes

Posted on February 25 2015

From the Oscars to the runways of Fashion Week, florals are making their way on this season's list of must haves. Florals and floral prints are a feminine and chic way to incorporate color into your outfit. From a basic floral print tee shirt, to a feminine floral pencil skirt, and a formal envelope dress, we have you covered for plus size and floral prints for this spring.


1)  This floral print pencil skirt is bold yet feminine. The soft pinks and blues in the print give it a delicate feeling that is perfect for the start spring.

plus size floral pencil skirt

2)  This lace floral cut out tank is a more casual way to incorporate floral into your wardrobe. Paired with a pair of jeans and a cute spring jacket, like an anorak, this is a great piece to have for an everyday casual look.

lace tank

floral blazer



3) This floral blazer is a great way to add a stylish touch to an otherwise basic outfit. This blazer would be great paired with a solid shirt and jeans, or a black pencil skirt.

plus size flare pants



4) Another runway trend was 70’s inspired pieces. These flared pants from Asos incorporate floral print, and 70’s inspiration in the flared silhouette. The beautiful colors and pattern on these flared plus size pants are the ultimate statement piece to have in your wardrobe for this season. 


rent the runway ply size dress




5) For a more formal event this option from Rent the Runway's plus size selection caught our eye. This Carmen Marc Valvo teal rosette envelope style dress is a beautiful piece. With its vibrant colors and exquisite detailing, it is a well made piece to flatter plus size figures.


 6) For a more casual look that still shows your love fashion and the latest trends, this JUNAROSE scuba tee is a must have. This bold floral print will make you want to ditch your basic white tee for good. It's available here at Twelve North!


It's all coming up roses!

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