Florals for summer are a no-brainer — it’s a go-to print for many when the warm weather rolls around. But this summer, a specific type of floral is flooding retailers and Instagram alike: the daisy-print trend. And while you may be thinking of that one daisy dress your mom used to send you off to school in, the options of the retro print on the market right now are decidedly more grown up.
For starters, this sweet daisy print isn’t just stamped on dresses — it’s on everything from adorable statement earrings to polished heels. Take contemporary jewelry line Wolf Circus, which created luxe necklaces and earrings this season featuring daisy embellishments. Its $198 Lola Pearl Necklace in Gold is a particularly stunning piece that mixes together delicate pearls with a gold daisy pendant for an elevated take on the trend.
The playful throwback print has the runway’s stamp of approval, too. Richard Quinn’s Fall 2019 ready-to-wear collection featured the trend heavily (though that should come as no surprise, since the London-based designer is a master of graphic floral prints). Right now, you can shop everything from a daisy-print satin trench coat to high-waisted nylon tights by the designer. And while there are pieces like the $2,365 Halterneck Daisy-Print Chiffon Dress that are more summer-appropriate, you can also shop items that will easily transition into fall, too, like the Belted Daisy-Print Duchess Satin Coat, $1,922. And if you're feeling really adventurous, you can layer the two to prove your love of the trend.
Or, consider Reformation’s cult-favorite Bea Skirt, $148, in the Daisy Chain print that's already sold out three times. While it's already flying off the virtual shelves after its most recent restock, the cool-girl label has introduced additional daisy-print pieces into its collection so you can get your fill of the florals. Couple the skirt (if you can snag one in time) with the Marley Top, $128, for a head-to-toe daisy ensemble.
If you’re ready to get on board with the daisy-print trend, keep scrolling for 10 pieces to shop before summer ends — and keep this cheerful trend going well into fall.
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