|J.Crew Midnight Floral Tee (it’s linen!!)
I fell in love with the print on the J.Crew tee above the moment I saw it. Yes, it’s floral and butterflies and birds, but somehow it’s not cloying and it works. It’s that color I think of as “French blue” and would look great with everything from jeans to a pencil skirt. Pair with a leather moto jacket for a fun mix. I was told by a Sales Associate that they’re selling out of this style quickly, so if you’re interested, don’t dither. (Be aware: it runs a bit large, so size down.)
|Foxcroft “Wild Rose” shirt
|DKNY Claudine Print V-Neck Sweater
|Madewell “Sketchyard” shirt
Madewell does some really wonderful subtle-but-witty prints. These silk “boyshirts” have an oversize fit and work nicely as tunics.
|Madewell “Birdslife” silk shirt
Also from Madewell, this geometric print linen tee is an interesting alternative to stripes or polka dots.
|Madewell Geometry tee
Are there particular types of prints that appeal to you? Or are you a print-avoider?
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