No matter the current weather, now's the time to start prepping your spring wardrobe. Bold printed skirts make for an ideal transition piece: Wear them today with black tights and bare legs come higher temps.
Fulfill romantic leanings with subdued blush tones. Make the color really pop by pairing with a black top.
Topshop Floral Pleat Front A-Line Skirt, $76; topshop.com
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Have fun with your wardrobe, and look for pieces that appear to be one design from far away, but morph into something else up close.
Clover Canyon Printed Neoprene Skirt, $185; net-a-porter.com
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(Courtesy of ASOS)A traditional pencil skirt feels less stuffy with bright blooms.
ASOS Pencil Skirt in Floral Print, $59.34; asos.com
(Photo: Courtesy of ASOS)Those afraid of big, bold prints can start small with tiny designs.
River Island Button Through Mini Skirt, $37.30; asos.com
Classic jacquard makes for an easy entry into the print world if your day-to-day life requires a more subdued wardrobe.
Jacquard Mini Skirt, $59.95; gap.com
(Photo: Courtesy of Piperlime)Combine two trends at once, with a spray of flowers printed on a color blocked background.
McKenzie Mirror Print Mini by Pim + Larkin, $54; piperlime.com
(Photo: Courtesy of Piperlime)If your wardrobe trends to more monochromatic looks, a simpler print will push your boundaries without going too far: Look for a combination of no more than three colors.
Sisily Skirt, $168; piperlime.com
Fluro Tapestry Print Skirt, $68; topshop.com
Moroccan Wrap Pelmet Skirt, $72, topshop.com
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