Botanicals - My 7 Favorite Floral Skirts For Summer

I adore a fab floral print skirt for summer! One of my favorites this season was created by the talented designer Mary Katrantzou which I am featuring in today's outfit of the day. When designing this particular skirt she was inspired by traditional botanical illustrations from 18th century studies of plant morphology. This vibrant Algernon skirt is patterned with a digital motif of oversized roses. It is made of lustrous faille, and sits at the waist before gently flaring out to thigh grazing hem. In one word: Perfection! I paired this beautiful skirt with a simple Topshop tank and pretty suede knot sandals. I kept the floral theme going with earrings by Oscar de la Renta and added some color with a cute bag from Mulberry.



Botanicals

Botanicals by latoyacl featuring a pencil eyeliner

Topshop '90s Racer Vest (Buy Here) 
Mary Katrantzou Algernon Floral Print Faille Mini Skirt (Buy Here) 
Topshop Rosa Suede Knot High Sandals (Buy Here) 
KYME Ros Wrapped Round Mirrored Sunglasses (Buy Here) 
Oscar de la Renta Floral Resin and Faux Pearl Drop Earrings (Buy Here) 
Mulberry Mini Lily (Buy Here) 
Burberry Effortless Blendable Kohl Pencil (Buy Here) 
Deborah Lippman She Drives Me Crazy Nail Polish (Buy Here) 
Surratt Beauty Pointilliste Mascara (Buy Here) 
Guerlain Gloss d'Enfer (Buy Here)



Below are a few more of my favorite floral print skirts for summer!

Botanicals - My 7 Favorite Floral Skirts For Summer
Kensie (Buy Here)

Botanicals - My 7 Favorite Floral Skirts For Summer
Charlotte Russe (Buy Here)
Botanicals - My 7 Favorite Floral Skirts For Summer
Little Mistress (Buy Here)
Botanicals - My 7 Favorite Floral Skirts For Summer
Boohoo (Buy Here)
Botanicals - My 7 Favorite Floral Skirts For Summer
Sans Souchi (Buy Here)
Botanicals - My 7 Favorite Floral Skirts For Summer
Asos Curve (Buy Here)







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Comments

  1. Such a great selection. Love your pics. Gemma x
    www.jacquardflower.uk

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  2. Love the picks!
    Dora www.BangsBang.com

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  3. I love nothing more than a lovely skirt clinched in at the waist! I also love floral prints, but whenever I end up purchasing a piece with this design, it just clashes with my shy personality...I prefer muted patterns and colours, but I love your fashion picks and outfit moodboard :)

    Pop over to my blog!

    Sarah
    sarahinks.co.uk

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    1. A cinched in waist most definitely flatters all body types. I can understand that if you have a shy personality that a very bold print can be a bit overwhelming maybe you should try a floral print on a smaller scale.

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  4. Lovely picks! The floral skirts are really pretty and perfect for summer!

    Face to Curls | http://facetocurls.com

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    1. Thank you. I love the print now but it was a different story when I was growing up. Lol.

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  5. Nice picks. The one from Sans Souchi is my personal fave!

    MicaThere's More to Mica

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    1. The skirt from Sans Souchi is so pretty Mica. Good choice!

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  6. I am not to keen on florals in general, but if I wear them I prefer them in the skirt rather than the top.

    Linda, Libra, Loca: Beauty, Baby and Backpacking

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    1. I can see why it is easier to pull of the print on a skirt rather than a top if you are not too keen on a floral print. A skirt allows you to balance out the print with a more muted top and accessories.

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  7. These skirts are really beautiful! Second is my fav!:)

    jointyicroissanty

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    1. The second skirt is so gorgeous and fab! Great choice!

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  8. I love Mary Katrantzou's luxurious and exotic patterns! Great selection!

    Jo | www.cutandchic.com

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    1. Right now in my opinion she is the best designer at utilizing prints.

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  9. Great flower inspo post! <3

    http://notforordinary.blogspot.com/

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  10. This skirt is evidence that Mary Katranztou will always be the queen of prints! This print is so unique

    Rachel xx
    http://www.thedailyluxe.net/

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    1. She most definitely is the Queen of prints and she reigns supreme!

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