Winter Florals

I sometimes find dressing in vintage and vintage style clothes a little harder in the winter. As a big fan of bright floral 50s style dresses, the summer is the perfect time of year for me. In the winter I don’t wear nearly as much in the way of dresses and often go for jeans and a pretty top instead. If like me you’re a floral fan then some of the dresses I’ve picked out today might be what you’ve been looking for. Teamed with seamed stockings and a warm cardigan all of these would look great in the colder weather for both day and night time looks.

Winter Florals

Items that are currently on sale include the sale price in pink. Some of these are temporary discounts. 

Posie and polka dot Belina dress – Lindy Bop – £34.99 – £27.99

Tulle winter floral swing dress – Collective – £195

Selina green and blue dress – Boden – £129 – £25.80

Winter bird tea dress – Love ur Look – £50 – £38

Green floral wiggle dress – Love ur Look – £40 – £30

Dreamy daisy print Audrey dress – Lindy Bop – £34.99 – £27.99

1950s style peony print swing dress– 20th Century Foxy – £120

Floral print midi dress – New Look –  £48

Which is your favourite of the dresses above. I recently bought one of them so look out for an outfit post very soon.

 

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  1. Jessica Cangiano December 31, 2014 / 11:24 pm

    Gorgeous selections!!! Like yourself, I’m a huge year round fan of florals and also tend to gravitate towards darker hued ones in the chilly autumn and winter months. I have a 1980s does 40s day dress that’s mostly white and pink flowers on a black background that (though lightweight) has been a staple in my wardrobe for several years now, very much including during the winter. I also find that I turn to darker plaids and polka dots when the mercury drops, too.

    ♥ Jessica

  2. Melanie January 4, 2015 / 10:14 am

    My style falls apart during the winter months as it’s so much harder to keep warm when wearing dresses and cardigans always seem to be long or wide. I intended to make some winter dresses but my sewing machine pedal went kaput in the summer and still isn’t fixed.
    The Lindy Bop ones are so reasonably priced, I might have to treat myself. I saw the Collectif one while visiting Brighton recently, it certainly was beautiful. I like them all, but the one bottom left is really lovely, not sure which one it is though.

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