From H&M to Ganni, These Are My 22 Favourite Floral Dresses Right Now

Floral dresses are no longer just options for weddings, christenings and the like. Although there's no shortage of prints to choose from right now with animals and checks doing the rounds, florals can slot into almost any wardrobe at any time of year. Proving they're no longer just a hero for spring or summer, the new-in section of every retailer right now is filled with flower power prints that will look just as good in December, as they will in July. And that's just as well because floral-print dresses continue to be big news for the coming season—the autumn/winter 2019 catwalks have said so, and we're here to listen. 

What's more is that there appears to be no end to the different types of floral prints design houses and high street stores are able to dream up. The wealth on offer is also reflected by what girls are choosing to wear: No one style of flower pattern is ruling. You'll find an array of ditsy versions coming in thick and fast from the likes of Insta-adored brands like Faithfull The Brand, Les Reveries and LoveShackFancy. But it's also just as easy to track something down that's really punchy and loud, like Em's Borgo De Nor dress above. Affordable price points won't fail you either, as you can find equally expensive-looking floral dresses for under £100 at stores like Arket, Topshop and & Other Stories.

Keep scrolling to see some of our favourite floral dresses we've seen on our feeds, as well as in stores to shop now.

Lucy Williams wearing a mini floral number from LoveShackFancy.

Karina wearing a floral tea dress from Arket.

Babba in a tropical floral summer dress from Rodebjer.

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This pink-and-yellow combination has been trending all summer.

For fancier occasions, this is a really unique find.

Just the kind of chintz we like right now.

Perfect for the colder months with boots and a long coat.

Layer up with a white tee for true '90s vibes.

Take it from me: Ghost's dresses fit like a dream.

Wear it over a roll neck later on in the year.

This post was published at an earlier date and has been updated.