The Revival Of The Rose

The classic print is growing in popularity once again.


Lift your mood with fun and flirty florals after what feels like the longest January eveeeerrrrr.  Allow yourself to bloom and grow after the inevitable seasonal depression, as February brings some warmer weather, lighter evenings and an abundance of new fashion. As much as layering up for the cold has added depth to our winter looks, bundling up definitely limits our options for creative expression and we can’t wait to bare some more skin without catching a cold. 

We’re hoping for an early spring this year, so why not warm up our icy-cold fashion pieces with some classic rose designs? Yes you read that correctly: Florals in spring. Original right? Before you roll your eyes, this classic romantic flower is forecasted to outlive Valentine's day and transition us into spring fashion, so they aren’t going anywhere! If you want to be on top of the evolving trends this spring, it’s time to tuck yourself into a bed of roses- or thorns if you’re feeling spicy this season.

Richard Quinn 


This gorgeous floral collection was actually dedicated to Quinn’s father Patrick, titled “This one’s for you Dad”. We’re not crying, you are. The combination of striking magenta roses with the sheer mesh and glittery black fabric adds so much dimension to the piece, and the exaggerated waist silhouette and mid-length skirt exudes timeless luxury.

Christian Cowan 

Basic nipple covers are so last season. Dress up your chest this spring with a pair of dazzling pink roses for a more literal take on the trend. Sarah Desjardins is glowing in her blush pink, sequin gown, and the roses are so delicately made that they look like ornamental works of art. 



This matching co-ord is the ultimate set for your next summer beach vacation, and since it’s already spring what’s stopping you from getting prepared? The 3D roses and leaves wrap themselves around the bra and flared skirt, making the wearer as sophisticated as a Greek goddess statue whilst also being subtle enough for an everyday look. 

Louis Vuitton 

Emma Stone is absolutely glowing in her custom champagne gold embellished dress, embroidered in exquisite roses and leaves. If a stand-out red isn’t quite your style, this dress demonstrates how the traditional print can be toned down into a more neutral color palette to suit all aesthetics. There’s no more excuses to not be on trend this season!



Lily Collins channels her inner Emily Cooper with her Parisian-inspired look from Monsieur Balmain’s archives. The silhouette has been perfectly tailored to mimic their iconic Jolie Madame Silhouette, finished with a bold, traditional red rose print. This modern take on Parisian glamour would be the perfect date night look due to its irresistibly romantic feel.  

Keep your fashion rosy this season and become one with nature to beat the last of those winter blues.