Groundbreaking Florals are Back This Fall

Just like last year, fall fashion is celebrating a lot of petaled plants, creating a flowery look that may actually impress Miranda Priestly.
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This fall, get out of your rut of flannels, leather, and dressing like a Pumpkin Spice Latte to instead embrace the floral look. No, we don't mean the romantic kind that shows up in airy summer dresses or the plethora of springtime flowers that The Devil Wears Prada's Miranda Priestly famously denounced with her sarcastic quote, "Florals for spring? Groundbreaking." These are florals for fall, and the bright, cool, and powerful prints that have emerged from the botanical inspiration are absolutely not for your typical wallflower. Flipping the springtime staple on its head to show versatility in an era of pushing boundaries, this autumn trend has been taking the runways by storm in recent years, but this season's offerings are some of the most exciting yet. From a gorgeous pink Erdem number perfect for gala season to major graphics at Prada and Alexander McQueen, these flowers only rightfully belong alongside the looks of fashion's boldest season. See inspiration below, and get ready for something truly groundbreaking.

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© Dries Van Noten
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© Alexander McQueen
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© Erdem
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© Prada
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© Miu Miu

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