Florals were of course a big part of the Spring 2014 shows, but who says you have to wait ‘till then to blossom? These flowers take the sweatshirt out of the gym and onto the streets. These are too pretty to sweat in, after all. Dress them up with pencil skirts or down with skinny jeans. You can even belt them for a sleeker look. This is the most versatile style of the season!
MSGM Floral Print Cotton Sweatshirt: Who knew sweatshirts could be so romantic? Designer Massimo Giorgetti’s super saturated flowers burst out against their stark white trim. On Harper’s Bazaar for $480.
Paul Smith Black Label Printed Sweatshirt: For an equally bright, yet more Frugal-friendly option, Paul Smith offers a purple palette of florals in cozy French terry. If you’re feeling daring, you can even mix it with another print. On Shopbop for $255.
J. Crew Floral Sweatshirt: While J. Crew offers an abundance of blooms, they keep it to just the front panel of the top, mixing in style with comfort. At J. Crew for $118.
Acne Beta Oversized Cotton-Blend Fleece Sweatshirt: For those who prefer neutrals, there’s Acne’s watercolor number. The pretty petals wisely add a feminine touch to the baggy, gray sweatshirt. On NET-A-PORTER for $290.
No. 21 Sweatshirt with Flowers & Lace: Between the vintage floral print and the peek-a-boo lace insets at the sides, this No. shows you that sometimes color just isn’t needed. On Shopbop for $490.