I love flowers. I love seeing them, I love arranging them, and I love wearing them. So much so, that I am repeating the same topic a year later – how to wear fall florals. The pieces are different, but the idea is the same. I have many more floral pieces in my closet, but these are some of my current favorites. Here are a few modest fall floral outfits to inspire you.
A Modest Floral Maxi Dress
Gal Meets Glam is not specifically a modest fashion brand, but it has so many modest options for us. This is my second Gal Meets Glam dress. I love the quality of it but most of all I love that I don’t have to modify it by wearing something underneath it, or pin a neckline closed. This particular one is one I found on clearance at Nordstrom Rack, but I have affiliate links for some other pretty floral Gal Meets Glam dresses below.
A 90s Floral Babydoll Dress
I can’t believe clothing I wore as a kid is considered vintage, but here we are. This one is from Target (affiliate link) and comes in a variety of prints. Again, this one is perfect because it has an appropriate neckline, long sleeves, and not see through. I did not wear flared jeans with my babydoll dress in the 90s, but I was feeling it with this one. Paired it with some white boots (affiliate link). More affiliate links for a few other floral babydoll dresses below.
A Stylish Floral Raincoat
I don’t know what it is, but as an adult, I am not a fan of the rain. The only way to make it less painful to pick up the kids is to have some good rain gear. I found this rain jacket by Joules at Dillards, and I love it. Lightweight, and pretty enough to almost make me forget I’m going to get drenched. Almost. These Sperry Saltwater Duck Boots (affiliate link) are going to be on heavy rotation these next few months. Waterproof and flannel lined, they keep my toes warm and dry. Affiliate links for similar raincoats below.
What are your favorite modest fall floral outfits? Casual? Dressy? Somewhere in between?