Swap Flowers for Fruit-Patterned Clothing

Roses, daisies, lilies and the like have been gracing our spring dresses and accessories for decades. But while we love a great floral pattern, this season we are challenging you to swap flowers for fruit-patterned clothing instead! It’s a fresh take on the go-to spring trend, one filled with citrus, berries and other sticky, sweet fruit. Shop for our favorite pieces and more in the Corridor.


Pair your cherry-red lips with a cherry-print dress! This white HVN sundress from Nordstrom ($525) features a vintage-style A-line cut, covered in yellow, red, orange and blue cherries with green leaves. It’s more colorful than a bowl of fruit salad! Another way to show off your love of cherries is by wearing the BaubleBar Cherry Drop Earrings ($34 from Neiman Marcus). Each earring has two sparkling red cherries connected by green stems.


When life gives you lemons, put them on your clothes and show them off! The bright yellow color is a fun touch to any outfit, and the pattern will remind you of drinking lemonade on hot summer days as a kid. The Trina Turk shorts from Neiman Marcus ($198) feature a mix of whole and half lemons, attached to a pretty green vine on a light blue background. Or, rock this sour fruit from head to toe in this airy, lemon-patterned Kate Spade New York maxi dress, complete with a halter neck, low-scoop back handkerchief hemline.


This delightful fruit has quickly risen in popularity – you can find pineapples on everything from home décor to pizza! Now, wear them on your clothes. We love the Boden Evangeline Linen Shift Dress ($110 at Nordstrom), featuring pretty pink pineapples on a bright blue background that is perfect for a beach getaway. Accessorize with Pineapple Stud Earrings from Francesca’s ($16), that are adorable yellow pineapples. Looking like a snack has never been easier!

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