One of J. Crew’s featured prints and heavy-hitters this spring is a print by the name of punk floral. I couldn’t bring myself to pay $398 for pajama bottoms (which, admittedly, could look amazing on someone with longer gams), the swimwear didn’t really speak to me (one-piece, halter one-piece, triangle top, hipster bottom, bikini bottom, and rash guard), the dress, blouse, sweater, skirt (truly pretty) and top all sold out before I had a chance to struggle with a decision, so I went with the obvious choice: a scarf.
Scarves in fun prints are a safe bet. While I’ve purposefully added prints to my closet in the last few years, the overwhelming majority of my clothes are still solid colors. Scarves allow me to consider my wardrobe in new ways and expel the humdrum that I sometimes feel about a closet of relatively conservative choices.
|Burberry London Mottram Trench (also here and here) | J. Crew Printed Linen Scarf in Emerald Pool | Marc by Marc Jacobs Rose Gold Watch | Forever 21 Rhinestoned Flower Bracelet (similar) | CherryKoko Dress (similar) | J. Crew Tote | Zara Basic Court Shoes|
Because J. Crew’s floral prints this year are simply irresistible, I also purchased something in yellow multi liberty tresco floral. Can you guess which of the following is the new addition? scarf, tote, mini skirt, bikini bottom, clutch, string bottom, flats, jeans, one-piece swimsuit, girls’ dress, bikini top, shirt, or string top.