8 Non-Floral Prints to Try This Spring

If you’re thinking that floral prints and spring season is a match made in heaven, it’s time to switch up the equation. You can be surprised that you can add some life to your spring looks, especially if you’re not a “flowers” kind of girl. So keep on reading for our 8 non-floral prints to try this spring.

  1. Houndstooth Pattern

houndstooth print dress with cap toe shoes

houndstooth shorts with casual top

Known to be the classic and iconic print, houndstooth pattern can be a great addition to your spring looks. Add some modern feel with an unexpected color combination of the pattern like red and black, purple and blue, green and gray, or stick to traditional black and white combination that will add some classy feel to your outfit.

  1. Stripes

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Stripes can add some nautical vibe to your spring outfit while downplaying your challenge areas and enhancing your assets. Horizontal stripes are not always widening as long as you keep them centered on body zones you wish to enhance. Like fashion blogger Blair Eadie, you may wear a striped sweater with horizontal stripes to enhance your bust line, however, top them with a blazer or jacket to keep the pattern tamed and functional.

  1. Polka Dots

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Polka dots may have the retro feel in it, but it’s a great way of adding some fun to your spring looks. Like fashion blogger Jane Aldrige, channel the vintage look with a sheer polka dots blouse worn with cropped denim jeans, or simply go Victorian in a puffy sleeved top and a slim belt to keep your waist definition defined.

  1. Camouflage Print

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Known to be the military must-have print, camouflage print adds some edgy, flexible, and tough vibe to any outfit without trying too hard. Like fashion blogger Blair Eadie, trade your casual denim jeans with a pair of camouflage print pants that will create an urban yet relaxed look. If you’re unsure about wearing pants on your street style, simply resort to a camouflage print jacket that you can easily put on or take off whenever you feel to.

  1. Geometric Prints

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Mathematical, modern, and innovative, geometric prints can take your spring looks to the next level. Since the spring season is all about cheery colors, opt for geometric prints in colorful shades of red, green, orange, blue, yellow, pink and such to add some life into your looks effortlessly. Since geometrics are eye-catching enough, wear them with solid blocks of colors, preferably neutrals, to keep them look polished and sleek.

  1. Checks

checkered top with draped skirt

Plaids are not only the checks you can go for. Explore those brushstroke styles, graphic designs, or even embroidered ones to add some dimension to your spring looks. Like fashion blogger Annabelle Fleur, balance your checkered top with a figure-hugging draped skirt that will keep the feminine vibe in your spring outfits.

  1. Animal Print

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Looking for ways to look fierce at the same time classy? Resort to animal prints for a bold statement. Though leopard seem to be the most classy of all the prints, zebra print, giraffe prints, or even snake prints can take your style to a sophisticated style. Forget about mixing prints to keep your spring outfits classy and make your animal print fierce and elegant.

  1. Novelty Print

novelty print sweater with white skirt graphic print dress with thong sandals

Novelty prints are great to express your love for art while showcasing your artistic personality. For a classy look, go for graphic prints featuring sceneries, elegant paintings, and brushstroke art. On the other hand, if you’re seeking a playful look, go for quirky patterns, novelty prints, and some pop-art design making your spring style expressive and unique.

By going for non-floral prints this spring, you’ll take your style to a next level while sticking to your own fashion sense and personality.

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