As the world outside starts to thaw and the flora begins to bloom, don't you think your wardrobe should follow suit? Whether you've been cooped up inside during a frigid midwest winter or things have simply been a bit more chilly and gray (we're looking at you, California and Florida!), spring is the perfect time to bust out your cutest floral prints.
This spring, use your wardrobe as a way to celebrate the changing season and get lost in a field of wildflowers because you just blend in that well. Okay, well, don’t get too lost, maybe bring your phone with you just in case you need to navigate your way out. But at least stop and smell the roses and see below for inspiration that’ll help you look your springy best all the while.
If there’s one floral trend that never seems to go away, it’s disty floral. And we’re definitely not mad about it since this tiny scale flower print is a subtle and flattering way to incorporate floral into your wardrobe. Subtle and timeless, you can really live out your ditsy flower daydreams in a breezy blouse or tunic this spring. Pair a ditsy floral women's blouse, like an airy long sleeve v-neck button-front top in a vibrant pink print, with a trendy pair of light denim straight-leg jeans for a spring look that you’ll definitely want to wear on repeat.
And while we love bright hues in our ditsy prints, this print also looks great in black and white, or earthy tones. Try wearing an earth-toned moss ditsy floral popover tunic top with some cute olive green or navy leggings and complete this outfit with flats or sneakers for a perfectly cute and comfy outfit. Simply add a cardigan, a light jean jacket, or a windbreaker layer if you're worried about any suspicious-looking clouds overhead.
Speaking of floral daydreams, we’re also all about those floral prints to help you drift off to dreamland this spring. Express your love for all things in bloom with some spring-friendly women's pajamas.
For spring, you want your pajamas to be breathable and airy yet still comfy and warm enough for warding off any lingering winter chill. Opt for some cute cotton chambray crop pajama pants in a fun chambray and white clover print that you can pair with a classic short-sleeve matching pajama top or a simple loose white t-shirt.
Or, go for some lovely lounge and sleep wide-leg crop pants in a sun-washed red dotted floral print that you’ll be tempted to wear to your next spring picnic, too (don’t worry, we don’t judge you if you do!).
Or at least, we think that’s how the saying goes. While spring is all about leaning into those sunshiny vibes, there will also be plenty of April showers to plan for. That’s why a floral print women's rain jacket is another great way to incorporate the fauna into your looks this spring.
Pair a floral print raincoat over a more neutral look, or go all out by wearing your print coat over other vibrant hues. If you don’t love the idea of an all-over floral print raincoat, opt for solid shades that evoke the same springy vibes, like a pink Begonia-hue or yellow tulip-shade, and pair this with complementary floral print rain boots or a floral print umbrella instead. No matter how you incorporate floral into your rainy day looks, they’ll remind everyone you see that May flowers are just around the corner.
Tropical floral prints are both fun and on-trend, so definitely plan to work some of these into your spring wardrobe this year. Whether you have a spring tropical getaway planned or simply want to head to that lush private island in your mind (we like to call that our “happy place”), get into the vacay mindset and live out your breezy palm tree-inspired dreams with a u-neck jersey t-shirt in a lavender and white stripe palm print.
Or, opt for a relaxed Supima cotton short sleeve v-neck tee in a deep-sea navy tie-dye palm print. A tropical print tee looks great tucked into a high-waisted women's skirt or paired with some seasonally-approved white jeans.
Disty floral blouses, breezy PJs adorned with flowers, floral print or fauna-inspired raingear, and palm leaf print tops will be sure to pup a spring in your step. And the best news is that all of these looks can carry over into summer, so you’re really planting some seeds (see what we did there?) for months of vibrant, flattering, and joyful outfits.