PALM SPRINGS FASHION: DESERT GARDEN PARTY

“Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.”  As Miranda Priestly so aptly stated in The Devil Wears Prada, floral prints for spring aren’t exactly big news, but inject a little bit of Palm Springs glamour with a mix of chic vintage-inspired and modern pieces, and you’ll be set for lounging poolside (cocktail in hand, of course), a day of treasure-hunting at the vintage shops, or a chic evening out on the town.

 

Palm Springs Fashion - Desert Garden Party

ONE: Ted Baker ‘Caseee Sugar Floral’ swimsuit  //  TWO: Stuart Weitzman ‘Freely’ sandal  //  THREE: Heidi London ‘Floral Cat’s-Eye’ sunglasses //  FOUR: Trina Turk ‘Marvella’ skirt and ‘Betsy’ top  //  FIVE:  Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau So Fresh Delight //  SIX:  Lulu Floral Print Bun Wrap // SEVEN: Ted Baker ‘Chlloe Sugar Floral’ cover up //  EIGHT:  Tory Burch ‘Kerrington Botanical Print Shopper’ tote bag //  NINE:  Stuart Weitzman ‘X-Ray Floral Jute’ wedge //  TEN:  Haute Hippie ‘Floral Silk Summer Shorts’ and ‘Lover Muscle Tank’ //  ELEVEN: Paul & Joe ‘Myosotis’ dress  //  TWELVE: Ted Baker ‘Celline Sugar Floral’ bikini //  THIRTEEN: Loren Hope ‘Small Dahlia Cuff’ in Neon Orange, Lilac and Iridescent  //  FOURTEEN:  Tory Burch ‘Miller Floral Print’ sandals  //  FIFTEEN: Kate Spade ‘Graceful Floral’ stud earrings //  SIXTEEN: Ciaté Flower Manicure Set //  SEVENTEEN: Alexander McQueen ‘Floral Patchwork Print Mini de Manta Clutch’ //  EIGHTEEN: Nasty Gal ‘Flower Hour’ romper //  NINETEEN:  Ted Baker ‘Mireia’ printed flip flops

 

 

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