TRIPLE Florals: How Much Is Too Much?

Ummmmmm… the answer is THERE CAN NEVER BE TOO MUCH. There. Done. Post over.

LOL, just kidding folks. But seriously, as soon as I see anything with a floral print I add it to my basket, then end up with 10 items in my cart and have to whittle them down to my fave 1 or 2 to buy. Perhaps my life goal should be to be able to buy any item I put into my basket or add to my wishlist? A girl can dreeeeeam!

Anyway, I wore a floral top with a floral skirt last week and got bombarded with a bit of oh ma guuurd those two floral prints do not go and you can’t wear florals with florals – to which I obviously said yes you can. Who makes the rules? Me. (Not me as in, I make the rules… as in YOU make the rules of what YOU want to wear, mismatching florals ‘n’ all).

My double floral controversy made me somewhat determined to change peoples minds, but also it was generally just a good excuse to wear some of my new floral clothes together, and add a bag with a floral print on it too. TRIPLE FLORAL LOVE RIGHT HERE.

All three items in this look were bought in Oxford last weekend when I went on a shopping trip with my ma – I wrote all about it in this blog post with a haul, so you saw a sneak peak of them, but never did I think I was going to wear them together. I think the colours in the top go so well with the orange in the skirt and even though it’s a bit of ditsy-floral overload, it’s so fun to get a bit creative with your clothes and match things that you wouldn’t necessarily try before.

How many of you would buy this skirt and instantly match it with a plain black or white t-shirt? I’d definitely stick my hands up for this one, usually, but I’m really trying to pick out colours of my new clothes and match them to different items instead of just a simple t-shirt. To be fair it’s literally my favourite thing to do at the mo (it’s like artwork for me, I’m weird), even if people think your combinations are a bit odd. I spent so many years playing the ‘safe’ game with clothes, but I feel such a strange sensation of confidence when I put together an outfit that’s a little different, or that doesn’t have anything plain in it. Years ago if you’d have told me I would be wearing 3 items with floral prints together I would’ve HURLED, but now I’m enjoying fashion the way it should be enjoyed, which is in the eye of the person wearing it.

And does the pale pink bag go with the outfit? My mum will probably say no, but it’s embroidered, it’s floral and it’s really cute. And it didn’t cost all that much either. So why not? I get a bit bored of sticking to the rules here on POR so have some orange and yellow with a dash of pink.

Therefore, in the answer to my blog post question… No, there can never be too many florals. There can never be too many of anything.

Fashion is so subjective, and I think we’re too worried about people thinking that things don’t go. When someone says ‘those colours don’t go together’ – say ‘maybe not normally, but I LOVE IT’. They’ll soon think you’re the sassiest little muffin that ever walked the earth. Own your decisions and your outfits, even if it involves a choice of clashing prints…


Top – Zara

Skirt – Topshop

Bag – Topshop

Shoes – c/o Next (also in a lush snake print!)

Sunnies – ASOS

What do we think? Can we have too many florals and patterns? Or should we just ignore the rules and wear what we want? In my opinion RULES SHMOOOOLES, hope you’re diggin’ the triple florals! Let me know your thoughts in the comments as always!

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R x


** c/o shows items gifted to me but all ramblings and outfit styling is my own! **


  1. 4th July 2017 / 9:31 am

    Yeees girl!! I love it. Definitely going to try and mix things up nowadays – didn’t know triple florals could look so good!!!!

    Lucy |

    • 4th July 2017 / 2:33 pm

      Aw THANKS! So glad you like it, deffo try mixing it up, you’ll look fab!

      R xoxo

  2. Cate
    4th July 2017 / 10:29 am

    you are right to dare wearing three different type of flowers. I really appreciate the result!! great job!!

    xx from Italy
    Cate //

    • 4th July 2017 / 2:34 pm

      Glad you like the result! Thank you!

      R xoxo

    • 4th July 2017 / 2:34 pm

      Haha I wouldn’t think so either! Who cares if it’s a bit much!

      R xoxo

  3. 4th July 2017 / 11:37 am

    This is not too much at all! You look amazing! xxx

    • 4th July 2017 / 2:35 pm

      Haha thank you babe. I don’t think so either 😉

      R xoxo

  4. 4th July 2017 / 2:34 pm

    I love florals in the summer 🙂 And I say, do what you like lol x


    • 4th July 2017 / 2:36 pm

      Me too! Can’t go wrong can you, some prints are SO pretty!

      R xoxo

    • 4th July 2017 / 7:51 pm

      Thank you SO much, that means a lot! Hope you come back and enjoy future posts!

      R xoxo

    • 5th July 2017 / 4:53 pm

      Thanks so much Isobel! The skirt is one of my fave buys of the summer – so happy with it!

      R xoxo

  5. 5th July 2017 / 8:43 pm

    I absolutely love this outfit! I love how you paired three floral prints. That skirt is adorable, I would love to get my hands on it. I definitely would have styled that skirt with a black or white tee! Such a refreshing outfit. xx Laura

    • 6th July 2017 / 2:34 pm

      Thanks so much! It’s strange how so many of us would style it with something plain, but it’s so fun trying it with other floral items! Really glad you like it 🙂

      R xoxo

  6. 7th July 2017 / 3:52 pm

    I absolutely love this outfit and definitely don’t think it’s too floral. (I agree- that isn’t a thing!) x

    • 7th July 2017 / 9:34 pm

      No such thing right 😉 so glad you like it!!

      R xoxo

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