Roundup: 16 Fall Floral Tops to Wear This Season

I love fall floral. It’s my favorite time of year to wear a flower print. Your first inclination is probably to wear floral in the spring (*cue Miranda Priestly quote*), but I love that the typically feminine print is moodier in the fall.

I say this all the time, but my style in the fall is really different than the summer. I feel like lots of people are like this, and tend to reach for a lot of black come fall/winter. Am I right?

Pink Chanel Bag | Charmed by Camille

Fall Floral | Charmed by Camille

Fall Floral | Charmed by Camille

Fall Floral | Charmed by Camille

SHOP THIS LOOK: Floral Top – Ulla Johnson (different silhouette in same fabric/print here) | Black Denim Skirt – Topshop | Black Slides – Gucci | Bag – Chanel | Sunglasses – Celine 

I always love the idea of toughening up something that’s traditionally girly. Flowers, paired with some dark colors, provide a good splash of some tomboy sensibility. The mix of the two styles is great for this transitional time of year!

I had been eyeing this Ulla Johnson shirt and finally decided to splurge and treat myself to it, because it’s something I can see myself wearing a lot this season with jeans and booties if it ever cools off here. It’s almost sold out, but I found the same eyelet fabric and print in another silhouette, which is equally as cute. This $55 Topshop denim skirt is getting so much more use than I honestly ever thought it would this summer, way more than denim shorts or any other “summer” item, really.

Fall Floral | Charmed by Camille

Pink Chanel Bag | Charmed by Camille

There are tons of fall floral items in my shopping cart right now. I’m basically just waiting for the right time to pull the trigger on them.

Style tip: WESTERN is also a huge trend for fall – more on that in another post – so don’t be afraid to embrace your inner cowgirl by adding a pair of neutral booties like this.

Here are some of my favorite fall floral items currently saved to my wish list:

SHOP FALL FLORAL

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