I am not really a floral person so for me, this post is quite useful because florals spring up (see what I did there?) every season. But how do you tap into the trend if you’re not *really* a flowery person?
Here are a few items I’ve been buying/trying/eyeing up:
I bought this for my daughter’s room and it looks so much more expensive than it is. I often mix and match the cushion covers for something more graphic so it’s not too matchy matchy.
I love different size plates and bowls and mix and matching styles at home – this is lovely for keys, biscuits or just something nice to hang on the wall!
I’ve had so many compliments on this blouse and I must admit, it does wonders to my mood whilst wearing. Pair with denim and Converse to keep it more low-key.
Albaray quilted jacket
I am loving the quilted trend at the moment, and ethical brand Albaray has created my perfect jacket (this pattern comes in a dress, too). This would look great worn over a classic boilersuit or a black day dress. Oh, and it’s reversible!
Love this look? AndoStores also sells a matching mama and child version.
I was only recently introduced to Jigsaw pyjamas and they’re really good value for the level of quality. I’m usually partial to a stripe pyjama but am very tempted by these as an upgrade!
A lampshade is a great way to make a trend more accessible (and easier to sell on/part with than an entire wall of paper if you ever decide against it!). Pooky is a great brand and love that you can switch this on an existing stand you might already have.
I also love these floral printed candles by Bable, beautiful lit or not! But if you’re feeling crafty, you could use some Posca pens to decorate your own candles (I am a bit fan of the 50p Tiger candles) – which is on my crafting list this year!