Everything's coming up roses (and daffodils, and orchids, and daisies) for Spring 2012 — head to toe floral prints are all over the runways. Take a peek at one of the season's biggest trends thus far.
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From the necklace, to the sweater, to the dress, to the shoes, this look is a complete floral explosion — but we like!
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Up close, this look is a beaded, embroidered masterpiece — pretty much the perfection you'd expect from the Proenza Schouler boys.
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If you didn't think you could wear a full suit printed with purple florals and still look cool, Prabal Gurung just proved you totally wrong.
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...as did Peter Som, with this suit printed with vivid, graphic florals.
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Oscar de la Renta
Daphne in daffodils at Oscar de la Renta... say that five times fast!
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Williamson is known for his bold graphics and vivid colors, and this look is the perfect combination of his strengths.
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Color blocking meets graphic prints meets garden party.
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Calling Kate Middleton — this crisp floral blouse and perfectly tailored trouser would be ideal for the Duchess of Cambridge's next international tour!
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Diane von Furstenberg
This floral caftan might be the coziest-looking piece we've seen so far this season.
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This cool piece looks like it could be a hand-cut collage or a series of flower stickers stuck on a simple slip-dress. We're betting it won't be long before a starlet like Alexa Chung or Elle Fanning is spotted in this one.
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As if the sequined, floral pattern of this maxi-dress wasn't enough, the designer went and attached actual plants to the bottom of it.
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This is the jumpsuit equivalent of a tropical vacation, don't you think?
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For this look, Adam Lippes went oversized — in both the fit and the floral print.