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Update and Elevate Grunge Florals

Update and Elevate Grunge Florals

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Grunge fashion burst on to the scene in the 90's along with its namesake music scene, and since then it has settled in, cozy in our closets. Flannel shirts, comfortable layers, and grunge style florals have become fashion mainstays for quite some time. As grunge style hits a new peak in popularity, we look at a few ways to update and elevate grunge florals in your next collection.


Leave flannel shirts for the crispy Seattle weather, there are other ways to incorporate plaid into your look! We can't help but look back at Dries Van Noten SS13, featuring florals, plaids, and the recently trendy pin check, blended with lush textures and sumptuous details. Updated versions are still popping up, like this easy floral and plaid dress from Topshop. Don't forget to shop for plaids, a Plumager® specialty!

ic:Dries Van Noten Spring / Summer 2013
ic: Topshop Plaid / Floral Dress


At the heart of grunge style is a rejection of mainstream fashion, though this has been turned on its head with high-end grunge-inspired collections by the likes of Marc Jacobs and Anna Sui. The current interest in thrifting and upcycling feels more true to form. Look to vintage styles and unexpected combos. These thrift inspired pieces from HVN and Batsheva can't help but remind us of Kurt Cobain's progressive tendency for wearing dresses.

ic: HVN Marina Button Down Dress
ic: Batsheva Floral House Dres


90's babies are all grown up! Office dressing can still maintain an off-beat edge, with a floral suit, like this one by Adam Lippes. Grunge influence even seeps into heritage brands like Brooks Brothers, in this cute, but perfectly respectable plaid and floral suit.


ic: Adam Lippes Floral Suit



ic: Brooks Brothers Plaid / Floral Suit


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Danielle MacIndoe

Plumager®, Inc. was founded by Parsons School of Design alumna Danielle MacIndoe. Danielle has worked with many top brands and companies in her career in print design. She hopes to expand Plumager®, Inc. into one of New York’s top print design studios.


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