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Printed floral skirks appeared in numerous collections, with sketchy art inspired blooms, small flowers and fauna prints in the mix. Like dresses, colours varied vastly, with white and blue, burnt orange and grey, and taupe and yellow examples of the many combinations. Cuts were generally loose and feminine, softly flowing to below the knee. Slightly shorter bubble styles were thin on the ground but made an occasional appearance. Linen, cotton and a touch of silk were all used, and we spotted one or two geometric prints too.

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