24 Hour Trend Alert: Winter Florals

12/15/2010 at 04:30 PM ET

Kristin Cavallari, Kristen Bell and Kylie Minogue Wear Winter Florals
Bauer-Griffin; Startraks; Steve Granitz/WireImage

A new trend is in bloom! This season, summer’s pervasive prints have been reincarnated into decadent and glamorous oversized florals. On Monday, Australian pop star Kylie Minogue was spotted out and about in London, sporting a kimono-inspired mohair Dolce & Gabbana black overcoat, dotted with pink and white buds. The style must be contagious because that same night, Kristen Bell stepped out for the U.K. premiere of Burlesque in an equally wild Stella McCartney mini dress, which she tempered with merlot satin pumps. The very next evening, reality starlet Kristin Cavallari turned up at the L.A. premiere of Country Strong rocking a coppery floral bodice gown with newly platinum tresses. And while we love the look on our breezy summer frocks, we’re still on the fence about this blooming winter trend. Tell us: What do you think of oversized florals for winter? Justine Harman

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Winter florals are a must have. The print is chic regardless of season, but in the winter, it definitely adds a pop of color and warmth to any wardrobe!

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