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This Season's Must-Have Prints

- Candace Kim

We're suckers for a good print. Because really, what's not to love? On days when coordinating your top with your bottoms with your shoes with your accessories seems damn near impossible (we're looking at you, Sunday scaries), being able to slip into an outfit that packs all the punch in just a few easy pieces can be a huge lifesaver. AND, with warmer weather right around the corner (or if you're lucky, already here), we'll be looking to effortless printed pieces to achieve that no-fuss summer look. The key to achieving that whole, "I woke up like this" vibe? Picking the RIGHT print and letting it speak almost entirely for itself. Here are the ones we're loving this season. 

Free People Once Upon A Summer Floral Romper

 Prairie-Inspired Florals

Floral prints remain a favorite year after year, and for good reason. It's hard not to feel pretty and pulled together when sporting fresh blooms. We're loving Free People's take on this season's wild, prairie-inspired florals with the Once Upon A Time Romper. With contrasting trim and flared bell sleeves in a boho-y paisley print, this one is easiest outfit you'll put on all summer. 

Blue Life Festival Romper Indigo Dye Print

Easy-Going Indigo Dye

Hippie chicks and gypsy goddesses are no stranger to tie-dye. Sometimes though, the psychedelic print in ten different colors on a basic tee can lean a little "summer camp." That's where indigo dye steps in with some sophistication, with its deep blue hues in a uniform pattern, as seen here on the Blue Life Festival Romper.

Chloe Oliver Palm Print Short Set

 Super Chic Palm Prints

Bold palm prints have been just about everywhere lately--which is why when it comes to actually wearing them, we prefer to opt for luxe, Beverly Hills Hotel-inspired versions. Think kelly green Monstera leaves on pale pink, trimmed with lattice details and gold tassel ties, as seen on the Poolside Shorts and matching Country Club Babe Crop Top by Chloe Oliver. 

 


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