From the campus grounds to clothes being worn by busy students, roses, daffodils, orchids and daisies are everywhere this season. Taking a step back from the monochromatic color scheme, this Fashionista chose bright and colorful prints. However, not only is she taking this intiative, but fashion stores and designer labels have also broadened their color palettes.
Many Fashionistas long for the day when they can break out their dresses again. On this beautiful morning, this Fashionista decided it was time. Her desirable multi-printed dress was a Target steal for under $20. This Fashionista added a long gold necklace that enhanced the value of her appearance.
Florals are being spotted on all articles of clothing. My favorite deals are these pants from H&M, this jumper from Topshop and this dress from Forever 21. The best part is that this trend also comes in all different shapes and sizes. As seen on this Fashionista’s dress, the bottom half are largely printed and the top are blended in a small print. In the DKNY spring 2012 collection, Donna Karan incorporates smudgy florals, which displays how diverse these floral patterns can be.
To complete this floral fantasy this Fashionista wears a pair of earthy wedges that echoes the theme. From head to toe, she embodies a garden that is essentially the essence of spring and the fresh opportunities for growth. Her nails contrast the fragility of the florals with the ferocity of a leopard. To replicate this playful look or design your own, check out F*** Yeah Nail Art and Nails Magazine for ideas and D.I.Y options to complete any ensemble.