It's all about the florals this season. Floral fabric can even elevated the most simple styles and transport you back to a summer feeling no matter what the time of the year. See our selection of top floral sewn patterns in this round up...
Lightweight Fabric Dress
Thanks to the flowing skirt silhouette and the wide sleeves, the cut is particularly suitable for floral prints. The deep neckline is complimentary to the maxi hemline as well.
Hawaiian floral prints can also be an elegant choice, as it is shown here with a summer coat featuring perfect tailoring and sewm with a sophisticated jacquard. The look is great for cooler evenings worn over a cocktail dress.
The feminine blouse jacket with the peter pan collar and peplum sewn with a floral jacquard is a wonderfully retro look. A modern contrast is the covered front zipper.
Long Sleeve Dress
Here is the perfect day dress. The stitched tucks at the bodice spring open with a comfortable width to the hem. And, even though we aren’t even thinking about it yet – this style will guide you beautifully into spring thanks to the delicate fabric.
Cotton Garbardine Skirt
A style that shapes at the waist and at the hips while also being comfortable. The mini skirt has hip yoke pockets, too. A beautiful detail: All seams are finished with a double row of topstitching.
A style that works for all figure shapes to give a stunning and attention-grabbing look pulled from the 50s. The bodice wrap adds charm at the decolleté and the knotted detail on the belt adds a beautifully feminine finish.
When an evening theater or a wedding are on the agenda, this lace dress with an asymmetric turn down collar is sure to draw the looks your way. Panel seams and darts underline the flawless cascade and shape a beautiful silhouette.
This style can easily replace a blazer at the office, and also be a light jacket to protect against the breeze of the changing season as shown here. This embroidered look includes a fringe trim and deep set-in sleeves. Straight hems make it a great cut for border print fabrics.
Knotted blouses are having a revival this season. They are a great choice to pair over close-fitting tops or dresses for an effortless fashion bridge of looking great and casual cool.
An especially flattering look with the snug neckline band and the halter style is very flattering for smaller bustlines. This style is shown in a romantic print twill. The swinging skirt panel cascades softly around the hips.
Clean lines and a bold print fabric elevate this wrap coat with its wide shawl collar and XL patch pockets to a statement look. A self-belt ties to draw it in. The deep black piping trim adds an unexpected touch of elegance.
Whether floral patterned like here or in classic black: the puristic cut makes the decorative panels in the front look particularly strong.