Spring florals part 1: Tops
It looks like spring is going to be a big season for florals—I had to divide this post into a two-parter because there were so many good ones to fit in. I’m a fan of all kinds of them, but my favorites are those against a dark background, like this one from Theory.
I like the sweet print and subtle flutter sleeves on this Rebecca Taylor number.
A thing I learned about H&M today: most of their stuff, like this cute peasant top, goes up to size 16.
There’s something a little Asian about the print on this blouse. I also like the deep V-neck.
This would really pop under a blazer.
The green background here is just so good.
Wee yellow roses make this button-down a kind of funky choice.
I love this top: super-feminine, with a very subdued print.
And here’s a much louder choice: something about the flowers with stripes really appeals.
A fun little graphic print on an ever-versatile button-down.
This has a very flattering silhouette.
The print on this wrap blouse is just unstoppable.
I like the smocking on the neckline and sleeves of this Joie top.
Another pretty fun and loud blouse.
Such a lovely, delicate cami.
This print looks like Liberty, but it’s really H&M.
And here’s one of J. Crew’s excellent Liberty prints.
I like that this Boden floral almost looks like dots.
I think this Mango blouse looks like it’s from A.P.C.
The pastel pink here is a touch girly, but the black background balances it out.
Such a great Liberty print on this shrunken R13 button-down.
And I just like this because it’s red—and cheap.
Here are a bunch of pretty silk tops.