Saturated 60's Florals For Spring

Manda Lee Smith | EvocativelyChosen.com
Manda Lee Smith | EvocativelyChosen.com
Manda Lee Smith | EvocativelyChosen.com
Manda Lee Smith | EvocativelyChosen.com

Elevated and fresh, these are not your typical Spring florals. This year it's supersaturated, 60's inspired floral that's claiming top bloom. Unlike some harder to acquire spring trends, you don't have to shop Balenciago to win this style. There are many moderately priced dresses that are sure to give you the full feeling of this trend.

I paired my modest 60's inspired dress with a Henri Bendel. Not only does this satchel embrace the 60's floral trend but also hit's two other trends this year that are more than noteworthy. One of those is iridescent and the other is fantastic plastic.

 I'd shopped the cutest little quirky shop that was full of so many treasures. I left with two new additions, a fiddle leaf fig, and a cast iron plant. While our temps have taken a spiral downward this week, I'm eager for the warm-up that's soon approaching where I can continue to bare some legs and show off more Spring trends.