When it comes to floral print shoes, there are few brands who do it better than Ted Baker. They released quite a few shoes in this kind of style last summer, and I’m happy to see them revive the style this year, because I don’t thing florals-for-spring will EVER stop being a thing, will they?
These shoes actually come in quite a few different uppers, but this print is by far my favourite – I really like that green and white are the dominant colours here, as they’re two shades I never tire of wearing, and this particular print is very delicate and lovely. if you happen to agree, you might also like this dress, which is pretty similar:
Now, normally I wouldn’t advocate wearing floral print shoes AND a floral print dress. That would just be overkill, right? Well, not necessarily:
I actually want to live inside this photo: it’s just awesome, isn’t it? Would a matching coat be too much, I wonder? And maybe a matching bag?
Um, possibly, yes. And I’ve just noticed that even the tea set in the background matches. And the wallpaper. And… I’m starting to get a little freaked out now. This takes the “matchy-matchy” look to a whole new level – I LOVE it for a photo shoot, but I’m not sure it would in real life. (Unless, of course, you happen to look like these girls…)
Just to get us away from the florals for a moment, here’s a little 60s-inspired tunic dress:
The Ted Baker website describes this as “the perfect office-to-evening dress”. Honestly, I can’t imagine there are too many offices where this would be considered appropriate (It wouldn’t have been appropriate at any of the ones I’ve worked in, unfortunately, although it would’ve made work a lot more interested if it had been!), but it’s definitely something a bit different for eveningwear, I’ll give them that!