While floral print is a springtime classic, too much of a good thing can still be too much. Sometimes, a girl just wants to stand out in a sea of florals in a unique color or pattern that is true to her unique spirit. From pretty lace, bohemian prints, and striking stripes there are tons of awesome alternatives to floral print. Break out and find something fresh, fun, and new to wear this season!
This. romper. rocks. From the latest Flowers by Zoe collection, this classic scallop lace gets the spring treatment in a delightful shade of blue. Rompers are great when stuck wondering what to wear; one easy piece, paired with some great shoes, and the outfit is complete.
Fashion is something that is fun for all ages, and this dress proves that! This white dress from Mimi & Maggie starts at size 3 months, so even the littlest ones can be chic. The smocked dress features a classic babydoll cut with beautiful lace detailing and delicate fluttery sleeves.
This lace frock’s name says it all: Parisian Chic! The Isobella and Chloe Parisian Chic Ivory Dress features all-over tonal lace detailing on a swingy silhouette. Swiss dot and classic style lace pair well alongside fun ruffles at the hem and a rosette at the neckline…TrÃ¨s chic!
This paisley print romper packs a punch. Bright colors swirl into an ornate paisley print for a look that’s a total knockout! The soft chiffon fabric will swing and sway comfortably as she makes her way through the day in style.
Ikat is another fantastic, sometimes forgotten, spring print. Ikat print blazes across this soft romper in vivid colors. Turquoise colored lace ties the look together at the leg and neckline.
Don’t Stripe Out
Doesn’t this dress just scream summer?! The Jordyn dress by customer-favorite designer Persnickety is the ultimate summer dress. Soft jersey fabric features stunning colored stripes for a look that is backyard barbecue approved.
Chevron pattern is the traditional stripes fashionable sister. This T2 Love dress has an awesome multi-strap top with an all-over chevron print in a myriad of colors.