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Spring Essential: Eye-Popping Prints

Spring Essential: Eye-Popping Prints

April 2nd, 2013
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    Easton Pearson Syriam Flag-Print Silk Crepe Pants, $175; at The Outnet

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    Ethnic Jacquard Mini Skirt, $59.90; at Zara

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    Marni Printed T-Shirt, $400; at Net-a-Porter

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    Equipment Daddy Silk Tie-Front Blouse, $99; at The Outnet

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    Swatch Vintage Mosaic Print Sunglasses, $69; at Farfetch

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    Polka Dot Loafer, $95; at American Apparel

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    Love Moschino Geometric Printed Trouser, $275; at Farfetch

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    MSGM Printed Shorts, $273; at Les Nouvelles

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    Jonathan Saunders roselyn printed cotton-blend pencil skirt, $305; at The Outnet


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    Etro Geo-Print Silk Top, $155; at The Outnet

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    Geometric Scarf, $24.99; at Mango

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    J. Crew Collection Gold Leaf Dotted Jacquard Pant, $298; at J. Crew

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    White Pineapple Print Dress; $50; at Topshop

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    Mark & James By Badgley Mischka Printed Shorts, $75; at 6PM


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As much as we love a solid goes-with-everything staple, there’s something exceptionally chic and of-the-moment about everyday garments rendered in super-loud prints.

Maybe it’s the fact that we’re getting a little tired of same-old same-old winter colors, or maybe it’s simply due to the fabulous selection of items available right now in eye-catching prints (geometrics, fruit, ’70s-style abstracts, splashy dots)—but we’ve been itching to wear a different print almost every day as spring approaches.

From high street (fun pineapple prints Topshop, cheeky dots at American Apparel) to high end (Marni’s signature luxe mixed print T-shirts, Jonathan Saunders’ aqautic-colored print skirts), we’ve rounded up enough prints at enough price points to carry you through spring—and get you noticed in a big, big way.

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