Florals are a perpetual summer trend, and in this week's fashion story in Stylist, we show you how to work English garden florals effortlessly from head to toe with our floral style rules. Now we've made it even easier to bring your wardrobe effortlessly up to date, by bringing all the pieces from our floral fashion pages together online to allow you to shop your favourites from your desk or laptop.
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Erdem: Giselle Scarf
Floral style rule #1: Mixing two floral pieces per outfit? Choose differing sizes of print - but in similar tones - for the most successful and coherent look.
Mango: Buttoned-up Skirt
Topshop: Purple Sandals
Cacharel: Coquelicots Dress
Floral style rule #2: For a simply way to work the trend, choose one bold item for maximum impact - a maxi, a jumpsuit or a floral accessory - then add plain block-coloured bascis to keep the focus on the florals.
Shaun Leane: Silver Blossom Ring
Carvela: Kuchina Wedges
Reiss: Rimini Jersey Dress
Moschino Cheap and Chic
Paul and Joe: Floral Dress
Winter Kate: Harlequin Halter Dress
Topshop: Chiffon Blouse
Floral style rule #3: Another failsafe way to do double florals is to choose completely different shades. Try pink with jade, grass green or purple for an unexpected clash, then break up with strong block colour accessories.
Versus: Crepe Trousers
Victoria Plimsoll: Pink Plimsolls
£28, not available online (020 7439 4366)
Paul Smith: Pansy Canvas Tote
Zara: Mini Skirt
French Connection: Sweet Peas Maxi Skirt
American Vintage: Vest
Trussardi 1911: Black Belt
TopShop: Pleated Floral Skirt
Cos: Tan Sandals
£99, not available online (020 7478 0400)