From Celine to Prada, the Spring/Summer '15 catwalks exhibited an abundance of botanical detailing. Vogue's Maya Singer states that the shows 'affirmed that decor is officially part of the fashion zeitgeist', she makes this correlation between fashion and interiors due to the seasons excessively bold prints and designers' use of upholstery fabric such as velvet and silk. In other words, it is now fashionable to look as though you have literally formed your ensemble using your nan's old curtains.
Post minimalist, Nineties normcore, designers are providing us with an alternative in the form of the exact opposite. Your chic white separates are still standing their ground, but if you are sick of applying your makeup with so much care and precision to avoid getting a splash on your crisp white crop, this is the trend for you. Personally, I love floral patterns, so I am very excited to see them return for summer! I especially love this Asos Co-Ord (#3).