Florals are no longer just for summer! Whether you’re looking for that effortlessly chic finishing piece to complete your ensemble, or for something that adds a little touch of glam to a casual outfit, look no further than the timeless botanical trend. Featuring beautiful, feminine patterns in joyful jewel tones and opulent fabrics these pieces are perfect for easy, elegant dressing during the colder seasons.

This stunning, easy to wear, pull-on devoré dress has an unusual and striking print that’s accentuated by its bright and dark hues. Perfect for your festive celebrations, it has a lovely, figure flattering shape which is highlighted by the lavish pleating in the front panel.

The subtle floral design of this softly tailored tapestry jacket is emphasised by the luxurious chenille in the weave. A truly gorgeous statement piece, it will add luxury to a casual outfit, while also completing your look for an occasion.

Featuring a gorgeous Italian print on a warm viscose fabric, this shapely fully lined skirt is a lovely wardrobe addition and can be dressed up or down with ease. Style with a comfortable rollneck and warm cardigan for a considered, relaxed and elegant outfit.

Emanating the rich hues of Christmas, this gorgeously luxurious jacket weight knit has a wonderful floral jacquard pattern on a sparkling merino wool and lurex background. Match with our gorgeously soft and subtle shimmered lurex-blend crewneck jumper for a hassle-free Christmas look.

Beautifully versatile, the jersey top and skirt separates are wonderful for year-round wear in their timeless tones and unique Italian water colour pattern. Simply wear together for an easy go-to outfit, or pair with your separate plains for comfortable and stylish dressing.

Gracefully add pretty detail to an outfit, without the weight of a jacket or accessories, with this lovely kimono-style layer. Made in gorgeous Italian floral print chiffon, the multi-coloured pattern attracts the eye and easily dresses up a casual outfit.

Which is your favourite floral pattern for the festive season? Let us know in the comments below...