Flower crowns: I’m over it

If you’ve talked fashion with me, you’ll know that I’m not really into trends.

I don’t see the point in wasting my money on something that will go out of style just as quickly as it came. Despite this, there are certain trends that I’ve succumbed to, like ankle-strap heels. But the thing about these is that they’ve always been a thing, they just recently gained extreme popularity this summer.On the other hand, there are other trends that are just plain silly and the definition of a trend. Flower crowns epitomize this.

Whyyyyyyy. image via Stylemepretty.com
image via Stylemepretty.com

Maybe it’s just me hating all things hipster, but these have got to go. There is nothing cute about wearing a bouquet on your head. You’ll attract a lot of confused stares and possibly a few hungry bees. So just do yourself a favor and take them off. Please.

This is acceptable. Image via fadology.wordpress.com
This is acceptable. Because literally anything Harry does is acceptable. Image via fadology.wordpress.com

Moral of the story: Unless if you are Harry Styles, who can do no wrong, please stay away from this tacky trend. But for those of you who are just dying to wear flowers in your hair, there are pretty and stylish ways to do so. Choose a small collection of flowers or maybe just one larger flower, like a sunflower, to pin on your hair back on the side or next to a low, messy bun.

Now this is pretty. Image via Etsy
Now this is pretty. Image via Etsy

Feel free to let me know your thoughts on this trend, and fill me in on the ones that you can’t wait to see go out of style. Holla at me in the comments section.


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