Florence Welch, the ethereal vocalist of Florence + the Machine, is well known for her extravagant, vintage-inspired style which earned her the title of the queen of bohemian style. Having being dressed by Gucci for the entirety of her last tour Florence dances about the stage barefoot adding to this bohemian aesthetic she does so well. Florence serves as the perfect muse to Gucci’s creative director, Alessandro Michele as their love of neo-Romantic, renaissance style marries so well creating a vision of bohemian inspiration.
Having boiled down some of the key elements of Florence’s looks we have put together some boho, romantic influenced pieces that are set to have you rocking that vintage-inspired style.
Gucci have finally debuted their long anticipated fine jewellery collection unveiling Florence Welch as the face of the campaign. Gucci captures Florence’s bohemian style and spirit in the campaign imagery as she reclines amongst decorative fabrics and furnishings adorned in accessorises from the 200 piece collection. Florence known for her eclectic, opulent style is the perfect brand ambassador, effortlessly pulling off Gucci’s maximalist aesthetic, bedecked in layered necklaces, stacked bracelets and jewelled rings. Taking inspiration from the collection, which is due to hit stores this summer, we have picked a few of our favourite jewellery pieces reminiscent of the colourful bejewelled accessories.
Channelling folk and gypsy influences Florence Welch is no stranger to a fringed outfit or two. Whether it be a paisley patterned gypsy scarf dress or an ombre fringe embroidered dress, these two fringe dresses would be perfect for achieving Florence’s bohemian inspired folk fringe look.
Florence’s style is often comparable to that of the Renaissance era, ornate and opulent. Her overly decorative looks often make use of luxe fabrics which are then gilded with embellishment. Achieve the look with Renaissance inspired fabric or delicate lace detail as with both of these dresses.
With her long, whimsical prairie dresses Florence Welch has always championed ethereal silhouettes with her vintage-inspired dresses. These dresses with their semi-sheer and gauzy material exude the romanticism aesthetic with flowy drapery and soft ruffles.
Photo Credit | Florence Welch for Harper’s Bazaar Russia.
Nick Hudson (Photographer), Ekaterina Tabakova (Fashion Editor/Stylist), Anna Cofone (Hair Stylist), Sarah Reygate (Makeup Artist)
Photo Credit | Florence Welch for Gucci Campaign.
Colin Dodgson (Photographer), Alessandro Michele (Designer), Christopher Simmonds (Art Direction)
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