Our Fave Wardrobe Essential Just Received A Refreshing Spring Update

Embroidery for the win

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Let not The Devil Wears Prada caution you against wearing florals in Spring.

It's not basic, it's essential.

And in 2017, thanks to the likes of Gucci leggings and Dolce & Gabbana flamenco dresses, florals have officially got their mojo back.

You can now also wear them on your feet.

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What's not to like? We basically live in our trusty white trainers and love an embroidery detail.

These new sassy sneakers were subtly started by Gucci (oh Alessandro, can you do no wrong?!). The designer's latest SS17 trainer designs were filled with embroidered details of snakes, lions, pineapples and, you guessed it, blooms begetting even bigger blooms.

Flowerbomb Season @frecustoms #frecustoms 3rd of Feb

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Fast forward to now, the beginning of spring, and literally every high-street retailer has started selling some form of floral detail trainer. A rainbow arrangement on squeaky clean, white plimsolls. A look that is proving so popular many are already out of stock. DOH.

However, we are aware that if you're a real sneaker fan, you won't settle for less than the Stan Smith version.

Luckily, Fre Customs have quickly become known for their 'flowerbomb' designs to order. The brand handcrafts floral prints onto all the top-notch brands from Nike Air Force to Yeezy. We're not sure if Kanye would agree to the customisation, but we think it's pretty darn dreamy so who cares what he makes of it tbh.

Due to the high demand the stock of the Yeezy Flowerbomb has increased to 25 pairs! Will release on the 20th. #frecustoms

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All in all it's an exciting time - florals have got their street cred back and it's an excuse to buy a new pair of kicks.

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