How To Wrap A Floral Dress For Every Season


When you think of summer, you think of sun, sand, wind, and of course, florals. So you would see floral dresses being worn by almost everyone everywhere you look. The boho floral dress is the perfect embodiment of summer; it is made of light and airy fabric, has loose and flowy silhouettes and has fun and colourful patterns.

But did you understand that you can still wear your favourite long floral dress every season? Because of the versatility of bohemian fashion, it is easy to style a floral dress for every season: winter, spring, summer, and fall.

Keep on reading to identify how you can use your favourite summer dress throughout the year.

Winter Season

Winter is the coolest season, with shorter days and longer nights. It is the perfect time to bring out your winter clothes and do some layering. You can use turtle necks beneath your floral dress to make them fit the cold months.

To protect your lower body, you can wear pants or leggings with a pair of your favourite boots to keep your feet and legs warm and toasty. To complete the look, and protection, wear a long coat to keep your torso protected and use additional accessories like scarves, gloves, and even a hat to keep your whole body warm.

Spring Season

While it is still relatively cold during spring, this is the time when the sunlight becomes stronger and the temperature slowly rises. As a result, the landscape changes and becomes alive, with flowers starting to bloom and plants growing new leaves. This season is perfect to wear your boho floral dress to celebrate the coming to life of the landscape.

But be careful, the weather still changes a lot during spring. It can be heated and sunny one minute but cold and wet the next. So make sure to bring a light cardigan or jacket with you in case it starts to rain to still keep you protected from the cold weather. A cardigan is easy to throw on or off in emergencies like this.

In choosing the perfect colour of cardigan or jacket to match your dress, make sure to pick a colour from the print in your dress so that it won’t clash or overpower that flower power. Use this same tip when accessorising to make your outfit perfect.

Summer Season

Summer is the hottest season and has the longest days. The high temperature can extend even after the sun has come down. So it is the perfect time to spend outside enjoying the sun and while showing off your fun and vibrant long floral dresses.

Because boho dresses are versatile, you can wear them anywhere during the summer. Simply add accessories for the right occasion and throw on the perfect pair of shoes, sneakers or flat shoes for casual events while simple stilettos or kitten-heeled shoes for dressier events. Don’t forget to shield your eyes from the strong rays of the sun with a pair of sunglasses while keeping stylish.

Fall Season

During fall, the weather becomes mild, and the temperature begins to fall. As a result, the landscape changes; the colour of the leaves begins to change to yellow, orange, red, or brown, while some trees begin to lose their leaves altogether.

Because fall is the season after summer, you can still wear your favourite summer floral dress. Make it work by layering with something warm. Try wearing a summer dress over a long-sleeve top to keep you warm. Don’t forget to wear something comfortable like boots or booties to keep your feet warm and toasty.

The bohemian style is very versatile and very forgiving. You can wear anything to express yourself and showcase your unique individuality. And when it comes to picking an outfit for different seasons, keep in mind to dress up so you can be protected from the natural elements before thinking of fashion.

Mia Johnson
Mia Johnson is a writer with a ten-year long career in journalism. She has written extensively about health, fitness, and lifestyle. A native to Melbourne, she now lives in Sydney with her 3 dogs where she spends her days writing and taking care of her 900 square feet garden.

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