We might think of florals as the pretty print of spring, but this season, designers are rooting for them to stay throughout the colder months. From Prada to Elie Saab, models hit the runway in petals printed on dark, sultry fabrics to give florals a wintery spin. Take some style cues from the best and hop on board one of the hottest trends this season:

Elie Saab

We're all for the vampy, jewel-toned lace dresses by Elie Saab that could be worn to a wedding with a fur throw and matching furry stilettos.


Leave it to Gucci to bring the glam no matter the season. Case in point, this black lace number with near-florescent floral embroidery is just as attention-grabbing as any printed dress for spring—especially when paired with sandals that are dripping with pearls.

Isabel Marant

No one does laidback romance like Isabel Marant. For the lady looking for a casual take on the trend, pair a dark floral frock with a chunky leather belt and matching slouchy boots.

Miu Miu

Dresses not your cup of tea? You can still participate in the trend courtesy of Miu Miu with a statement-making coat that is sure to stand out in a sea of black jackets. Clash patterns with a printed pants if you're feeling extra daring.

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

Preen might be encouraging you to keep dropping the shoulders this season, but this pretty dark floral dress could easily be layered over a turtleneck with boots if you're looking to sport it in the cold.


Valentino understands how to dress stylishly without sacrificing comfort as seen with this universally-flattering velvet smock featuring an array of colourful florals. 


Prada is all about tribal influences this season, so it's no surprise that their floral pieces also come with hints of feather and rope. Wear this vibrant dress on its own or layer over a sweater for warmth, and complete the look with the snakeskin boots.  


We saved the warmest option for last! With this floral fur coat by Versace, you're set to steal the show, whether you pair it with jeans or a gown for the holidays.