April 11, 2011

Look for Less: Botanical Print Dress

For those of you that unapologetically love all things botanical, rejoice! Florals are back in a big way!

Runways have been filled with floral pieces, including spring collections of designers such as Erdem and Paul & Joe.

Whether you opt for a literal floral print (like Kristen Bell) or something a little more abstract, the result is a whimsical and feminine look.

For under $100, this Jessica Simpson Collection sundress is the way to go for any casual occasion - the perfect everyday floral frock.

And I know it's not a dress, but as a great dress-alternative, the Topshop playsuit, for the fashionably fearless, is within reach at only 70 dollars.

If you aspire to be boho-chic, this ASOS kimono dress gives off a relaxed and cool vibe.

Kate Spade's multi-color dress is girly, colorful with a fresh & fun floral print on it. If you opt for a more abstract take on the botanical print trend, you might like this Anthropologie dress.

Photo Credit: Jennifer Missoni via daylife.com

Will you be wearing a botanical print dress this spring and summer?

1 comment:

  1. I like the ASOS and Jessica simpson dresses, perfect for an afternoon lunch. Thanks for all your lovely posts!