Flowers in Fashion



No matter what time of the year it is, flowers are a must-have accessory–in both hair and clothing! Floral prints have always been a sweet and elegant touch, suitable for school and star-studded events, and most importantly, fairy-esque photoshoots.

1. Trail BLAZER

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Into The Woods Press Junket

Who knew stripes and flowers were a thing? This look certainly impressed the stars at the Into The Woods press junket. A blazer is the perfect touch to take a floral print to the professional standard.

Black and White Striped Blazer: Charlotte Russe

Blue and White Floral Skirt: 109 Love by Star Couture

2. Belt It Out


Pair the same blue and white floral skirt with a black button-down and a 2-inch wide belt and you’ve got another look for another event. This combination is both fresh and appropriate for a professional setting.

Black Button-Down Short-Sleeve Top: Ralph Lauren

Blue and White Floral Skirt: 109 Love by Star Couture

3. No Sweat–Floral Got Your Back!


Tomorrowland Press Junket, with Raffey Cassidy

With a sweater, collar, and floral skirt, this look is no sweat! Even in the fall/California winter, it’s possible to wear flowers and get away with it. (And always fluffy socks. Always.)

Red Exo Hat: Amazon

Coral Collar Sleeveless Top: Papaya

Sweater: Uniqlo

Colorful Floral Skirt: Charlotte Russe

4. Tink Again. You Can Never Have Too Many Dresses


Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast Press Junket

I wore an abundance of flowers to cover Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast–I simply couldn’t resist! What else could I possibly wear to an event centering around my favorite fairies?

Floral Brown and White Head Wrap: Boutique

Yellow Floral Cardigan: Forever 21

Red White and Blue Floral Dress: Forever 21


Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast Press Junket


5. Practical-ly Perfect


At the Getty Villa

I wore this dress to a simple outing at the Getty Villa. It’s easy to breathe in, allowing for maximum movement–the perfect outfit to walk acres in.

Black and Pink Floral Dress: Forever 21

Key Necklace: Forever 21

6. Nature Hikes



Okay, I didn’t really go on a hike. I just embarked to a nearby river when I was at a playwriting camp in Colorado. But this outfit was perfect for the nature I did experience and was comfortable enough to criss-cross-apple-sauce on a rock and free-write. Feeling one with the flora helped me produce a play that heavily featured nature.

Sunglasses: Kahoy (my favorite pair of sunglasses–got them as a gift, thank you Kahoy!)

Blue and Purple Dress: Papaya

7. And More Hikes!

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On the Set of Bunk’d

Psych! This is actually the set of Disney Channel’s Bunk’d, and not a real lake! Props to the production and set design teams for making this look so real! (I would never wear heels to hike. Or would I?)

Floral Headband: Boutique

Blue and White Floral Dress: Papaya

White Wedges: Forever 21


8. Make Way, Make Way!


Moana Press Junket


This was a no-brainer–of course I had to wear flowers to the Moana press junket. In fact, Auli’i Cravalho, the voice of Moana, always wears a flower behind her ear–that’s her signature look! I wore a flower crown that day instead.

Flower Crown: Forever 21

Denim Jacket: Banana Republic

Blue, White, Purple & Pink Dress: Windsor


Moana Press Junket with Auli’i Cravalho


9. SHEER Spring


This look adds a bit of dimension to the whole outfit. It’s actually two layers: a sheer floral print fabric over a longish spaghetti-strap cami.

Blue LA Hat: Amazon

Sheer Floral Print & Long Cami: 109 Love by Star Couture


10. BONUS! Baby White



A stretch, but there are blue flower patterns near the top. The point is, it’s always acceptable to hide out among flowers and be a forest fairy.

White Flower Crown: Handmade by Yours Truly

White Cotton Dress: Papaya


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