How To Avoid Wearing Florals All Spring


While we’ve been reveling in spring‘s bright blooms, both literally and with colorful prints, not everyone wants to (or is in the mood to) wear florals every day. And that’s okay. In place of botanical-themed pieces, check out the season’s alternative prints, which range from geometric patterns to rainbow-hued graphics to whimsical motifs. Since these patterns are undoubtedly bold, look for restrained silhouettes with minimal flourishes to ensure a sophisticated finish. Here, shop our edit of eye-popping prints at every price point.

Adam Katz Sinding

Spring Prints Sans Florals

Tropical Print Blouse



Matchstick Asymmetrical Midi Skirt



Bea Pleated Dress



Jaguar Print Crop Top



Sanders Satin Dress in Biscotti Leaves



Palizada Balloon Sleeve Top


Apiece Apart

Camelot Pant in Chili


Creatures of Comfort

Fiesta Ruffled Printed Silk Crepe De Chine Wrap Dress


Paloma Blue

Printed Cotton-Blend Bustier Top


Isa Afren

Rose Open-Back Printed Silk-Georgette Maxi Dress


RIXO London

Cate Dress



Grace Off-The-Shoulder Dress



Alana Dress


Tanya Taylor

Jaeger Ruffled Paisley-Print Silk Dress


Dodo Bar Or

Ruffled Printed Crepe Dress


Victoria, Victoria Beckham

Asymmetric Printed Cady And Crepe Midi Skirt


J.W. Anderson

Knotted Printed Silk-Jacquard Top



Osmond Printed Stretch-Crepe Dress


Mary Katrantzou