Why I am Obsessed with Winter Florals

January 16, 2019


I love wearing winter florals! Especially this pretty floral dress! - M Loves M @marmar

Miranda Priestly may not have found florals for spring to be very groundbreaking, but I think she would have enjoyed winter florals! I love wearing floral prints all year, including in the winter! It turns out I’m not alone, because I was able to find so many great winter florals for you to wear too! Winter florals totally help brighten the dreary weather and they can remind you that spring isn’t too far away!

How to style winter florals! - M Loves M @marmarLove this pink Kate Spade handbag! - M Loves M @marmar This faux fur grey coat from Halogen is so cute! - M Loves M @marmar I love this floral maternity dress! - M Loves M @marmar I love this maternity floral outfit! - M Loves M @marmar This maternity winter outfit is so cute!

Why I am Obsessed with Winter Florals


coat {similar in white!} . dress . heels . purse {also here and here} . earrings . lipstick in Punch Drunk  . go-to curling iron .

I’m not going to lie, I’m still squeezing into non-maternity clothes! Maternity options can be so expensive and so limited, so I’ve been trying to size up in normal clothes before I resort to maternity wear. Except for jeans, because dang those get tight fast! I’ve been loving these Motherhood Maternity jeans this pregnancy {P.S. they’re 40% off right now!}. I find that maternity jeans that go over the belly are more comfortable than the pairs with stretchy tabs on the sides.

I love wearing Eliza J dresses and am so glad I was still able to fit into this pretty floral one. You might remember, I also wore this winter floral Eliza J dress this fall and guess what?? Now it’s on sale!

To make florals appropriate for winter, I try to keep three things in mind. Cut, color, and fabric. First things first, the clothing has to be somewhat winter-appropriate with longer hems and sleeves. Second, rich or dark colors feel more wintery than pastels. Third, a thick or luxurious fabrics like wool and velvet will keep you warm and on trend!

This adorable winter coat is such a great example of a winter floral. It’s a slightly dusky, muted color combined with a winter cut and fabric. It’s so much cuter than your traditional puffer jacket too!

I paired my florals with more feminine details {no surprise there!} like this pretty pink purse {the nylon material has been such a help in the rain this week!}. But you could totally pair your florals with edgier accessories like this great {and under $50!} faux suede moto jacket.


You’ve probably noticed me wearing winter florals in the past, I really do find them just to be the prettiest way to warm up a winter outfit. Do you ever wear winter florals or do you save florals for the warmer months?



photos by Priscilla Frey

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