Model Karlie Kloss wears florals in winter? Groundbreaking! There are some easy tricks to pull off this summer floral trend even when it isn’t in bloom. You don’t need to spend a fortune, either. Here’s how you can get this Karlie Kloss floral look for less.
Karlie Kloss Floral Dress Look For Less
The Floral Dress
When it comes to finding a perfect winter floral dress, length plays a huge part! Kloss’ light blue midi length dress is appropriate for the winter weather. Look for a longer length and also a longer sleeve. Another trick is to look for a darker background which makes the dress more wearable and seasonless. This floral print shirt dress with a navy background by Lauren Ralph Lauren can be worn like Kloss’s or even with black tights and black booties, depending on where you live and the temperature.
The Wool Coat
A wool or the popular teddy bear coat will make any ensemble winter worthy. Just as you can mix up prints, textures and different fashion trends you can mix up your seasons, too! You really can wear this winter coat over a springy floral dress just like Karlie Kloss. This faux fur teddy bear car-length coat from Lucky Brand hits at a great spot on the body and can be dressed up or down (it’s perfection with jeans). Talk about a go-to piece in your closet!
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Add a pop of color to your outfit with these cobalt blue heels from Calvin Klein. For under $100, this style comes in so many colors, including snakeskin, so grab a few pairs!
The Crossbody Bag
Add this Banana Republic vegan leather crossbody bag and you have a fashionable floral look that will last all winter long.
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You may also like more of Rachel’s celebrity looks for less posts like Get Meghan Markle’s Bold Color-Blocking Look For Less and Natalie Portman’s Strong Shouldered Look For Less.
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