Sunday Best

Flowers Floral Topshop Sunglasses Anthropologie Turban J. Crew Skirt Jeffrey Campbell Gladiator Sandals Mackenzie Childs Vases
Floral prints have gained increasing popularity as one of the season’s hottest trends. Walking around San Francisco, I’m always inspired by the creativity with which people sport this ornamental look. 
San Francisco Street Style Anthropologies Florals Stripes America's Cup Fashion California
San Francisco Street Style
From large prints to statement-making gladiator sandals and ethereal turbans, there are countless ways to experiment with this trend in your home and wardrobe. Here are 5 different ways to get floraled this week:
1. Break away from the traditional frame with these abstract Topshop sunglasses.
2. Mix 2 of the season’s hottest trends with this adorable floral turban by Anthropologie. 
3. I fell in love with the mod, 60s large print floral look when Prada reintroduced it last Fall. This gorgeous J. Crew silk skirt is a great way to incorporate the print into everyday wear. 
4. After picking up a beautiful bouquet of flowers from the Mountain View Farmer’s Market this morning (below), I’ve been searching my house for the perfect petite vases. I love these (on sale now :)) winsome little Mackenzie-Childs vases for displaying your flowers around the home or office. 
5. The dichotomy of floral gladiator sandals is exactly what makes these shoes a must-have. True to Jeffrey Campbell fashion, this versatile sandal can be paired with leather shorts or a flowy sundress to match whichever mood you’re channelling that day.

Mountain View Florals Bouquet Sunday Morning
Farmer’s Market Florals

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