This season’s blooms range from painterly to graphic to three-dimensional. (Talk about “garden variety”!)

By Rebecca Daly
April 13, 2017
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Bold black blossoms make this a standout piece against a white tee (or anything else you wear it with).

To buy: $55, chicos.com.

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In unexpected tones (muted pink with pops of yellow), this pretty, rosy print skirts the line between ladylike and edgy.

To buy: $60; anntaylor.com.

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Got a wardrobe full of basics and solids? There's nothing wrong with that, but when you need to up your game, a high-octane accessory like this clutch can make nearly any ensemble garden-party perfect.

To buy: $118; nordstrom.com.

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The solution to those mornings (whether work or weekend) when you stare into your closet thinking I have nothing to wear. Just pair this striking pattern with a white silk blouse and heels for the office or a simple white tee and flat sandals for off-duty.

To buy: $98; bananarepublic.com.

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Embellished heels in pale pink (with petals!) go with nearly everything, from boyfriend jeans to A-line midi skirts. Plus, they put a little spring in your step—literally. Also available in black and red.

To buy: $90; nordstrom.com.

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Wear this muted beauty of a dress while there’s still a chill in the air with suede boots and a cozy chunky cardigan. When it (finally) warms up, rock it bare-sleeved with sandals.

To buy: $150; massimodutti.com.