One of the things we love most about fashion is that you don’t have to follow a set of rules. On the contrary, the more you break the rules, the better, which must be why we are so besotted with musician Florence Welch—she certainly marches to the beat of her own drum when it comes to her personal style. We know you love her personal style as much as we do—we have the emails for proof!—so we wanted to take the opportunity to explore her style and discuss how to make it her own for today’s It Girl story. Buckle up, because it’s going to be a wild ride!
Look for 70s-inspired silhouettes: Whether you choose a flowing maxi dress or you pair high-waist shorts with a boho blouse, make sure everything has a 70s vibe and you will definitely be able to channel the magic of Florence. To start, try pieces like DV by Dolce Vita’s Print Chiffon Maxi Dress ($56), ALICE by Temperley’s Colorida Blouse ($131), and One Teaspoon’s Sixties Shorts ($135).
Opt for a jewel-toned color palette: Florence clearly knows which colors work best with her gorgeous red hair, but that doesn’t mean jewel tones won’t work for you. Zara’s Printed Trousers ($80) and Free People’s Snap Out of It Boca Kimono Robe ($90) are both perfect and a great way to incorporate Florence’s look into very own wardrobe.
Don’t shy away from bold accessories: Whether that means trying a boho hat like Nasty Gal’s Ophelia Wool Hat ($50), a pair of chunky platforms like Nine West’s Freewill Platform Sandals in Red Multi ($99), or a pretty handbag like Diane von Furstenberg’s Mini Harper Bag ($295). Florence uses accessories to amplify her outfit and complete the “story” behind each look.
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