|Michael Kors spring 2014.|
Vibrant color palettes of pink, yellow and orange make bold statements especially with dresses using modern cuts, necklines and cinched waists. By contrast, dark florals in black and navy give the woman with edge an opportunity to be feminine without sacrificing her taste for deeper more masculine hues.
Michael Kors had a very ladylike collection of dresses, skirts and matching tops in patterns that ranged from tiny delicate flowers to large petals. Collections like Red Valentino and Josef Ribkoff incorporated big flowers in bright colors like fuchsia, bright blue and yellow.
|Red Valentino spring 2014.|
Floral printed pants, blazers and shirts are also a way to mix the pattern into your wardrobe without going overboard. Wear the pant with a simple top and solid jacket. Or choose a floral, tailored blazer to wear with a pencil skirt to the office. That way you can capture the feeling of spring without being to extravagant in a conservative office environment.
|J.Crew Spring 2014 floral pant.|