It's never too much for a floralicious touch.  I personally find this the best way to show some feminism without going too far off.  Plus a little tip here: always keep something floral in your closet ready for your date.  You never know when you will need it.

Here's three floral outfits for your reference, ranging from a more formal/date look to a more casual playsuit and the last, the low key daily floral shorts!

Outfit 1: Floral Date
This dress from the online exclusive session from Topshop has immediately made me fall in love.  Perfect halter neck cutting, the open cross-back design and the A-line dress that cuts at the right length.  I wore that to my Final Year Formal Dinner, Date night, Social events, and many more I can picture myself in that dress.

Topshop floral dress / Zara black heels / Alexander Wang clutch

Topshop floral dress / Zara black heels / Alexander Wang clutch

Outfit 2: Floral Embroidery Playsuit
Embroidery has been the big hit now and this floral one breaks through the masculine slash royal style into a girly, feminine touch.  Something you cannot afford to miss.  For girls with a relatively tanned skin tone, the navy simply makes me look extra bright.

Fashmob floral embroidery playsuit / Fashmob cardigan / Placebo white loafers

Fashmob floral embroidery playsuit / Fashmob cardigan / Placebo white loafers

Outfit 3: Floral shorts
Coming to the last outfit, these pair of shorts work best for a low-key day.  Quick and simple, yet special enough to make you stand out.

Bershka Printed tee shirt / Topshop floral shorts

Bershka Printed tee shirt / Topshop floral shorts

On and off will I be switching between a girly floral girl and a casual sporty lazy butt.  But one thing I am sure is whenever I am asked out for a first date, floral will be my way to go.  Stay Floralicious!

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