Florals are all around year-round lately, but still, designers manage to surprise us with their seasonal interpretations of the well-scented print. While autumn/winter 2017 bouquets were presented on dark backgrounds for a dark and gloomy vibe, resort 2018 takes its cues from your grandmother's wallpaper. Designers including Gucci
's Alessandro Michele are reimagining the outdated and somewhat naive floral prints into covetable fabrics that work best with a 'more is more' kind of approach. Follow Maria Grazia Chiuri
's lead by layering see-through florals over existing dresses, opt for Prada
's pyjama-style two-pieces or literally slide into the season by pairing a comfortable slip-on shoe with a romantic, fluid dress as witnessed at Valentino
. No need to water these colourful flowers, they'll bloom for seasons to come.