It's hardly a surprise that Anna Wintour, editor in chief of Vogue U.S. and all-round doyenne of fashion, is wearing A/W 19's biggest dress trend of dark florals (Florals, for winter? Actually groundbreaking).
What is a surprise, however, is that Selena Gomez is also getting in on the trend early, proving that this is a look that looks good on everyone. While silhouettes might differ, the print is very similar: red flowers on a black background. Anna went for a Dolce & Gabbana dress that featured bold red poppies, and Selena opted for a Rixo dress (also seen on shopping editor Joy Montgomery) with red and pink roses.
Back in February, Paco Rabanne and Prada were just two of the designers that showcased this trend, with bold florals taking centre stage. But before we've even made our way out of summer, you can still invest in this trend. While Selena's dress is still available, Rixo tends to sell out quickly, and the D&G frock isn't even available yet (plus, you might find that isn't so purse-friendly).
However, the high street and other luxury brands are already stocking this trend. New favourite dress brand Les Revêries does a gorgeous high-necked version, and & Other Stories has a delicate yellow dress that will work for summer as well as winter (all you need to do is swap out your sandals for boots). Keep scrolling to see the trend and shop the look.