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Stripes and flowers: YES to this, Harvey Faircloth. —erica

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These Shakuhachi boots are crazy…and then not at all. And that’s what makes them so fly. —erica

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Now this is a floral print, brought to you by Sou Sou. —erica

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This Left Field polo delivers just a burst of floral—a whiff, if you will. —erica

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Next Level: Pastel Florals

A few summers ago, dark, moody florals were everywhere—the kind that even Tori Amos could have stomached back in the day. But now things have gone waaaay lighter, and you know what? We’re liking the Easter-dress effect more than we ever would have expected. Here are four ways to work it, depending on how out-there you want to get. —erica

LEVEL I: Little pops of navy and magenta give this flirty Rebecca Minkoff dress just a smidge of edge.

LEVEL II: Since it’s the back of this clutch Tenoversix made Of a Kind that is covered in flowers, you can reveal as much or as little of it as you want.

LEVEL III: Printed jeans—so hot right now. And this muted motif from Current/Elliott is one of the best.

LEVEL IV: Ok, kind of looks like pajama pants. But if you paired this Elizabeth & James creation with strappy sandals—in a bright, maybe?—and a cropped jacket, it could handle a serious night out.

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This leather tote is the sort of thing you see in Vanessa Jackman photos and think, “Damn, where did girlfriend get that?” The answer, in this case at least, is Emily Cho. —erica

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Next Level: Winter Florals

Right about now, when the trees look straight-up sad and tan lines are officially gone, you really need some flowers in your life. And until we have the budget for an H.BLOOM subscription, some printed clothes will have to do the trick. Here, four options that don’t look too Pollyanna for the chilly months. —erica

LEVEL I: White after Labor Day, florals in November—in this Mink Pink shirt, you’re breaking all kinds of rules.

LEVEL II: Knotting on this rose-print scarf from The Hill-Side is the quickest way to make a khaki trench stand out.

LEVEL III: These Girl by Band of Outsiders pants could be described as brooding, especially when you go with black everything else.

LEVEL IV: Yes, this Winter Kate robe/cardigan/kimono is a lot, but look at it this way: It delivers a fresh way to make all those sleeveless maxi-dresses work for winter.

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If you thought daisies could never look tough, Mark McNairy would like to take this opportunity to prove you wrong. —erica

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In case you were wondering, you’re never too old for a velcro wallet, especially this moody floral one from Freshly Picked. (Did I mention that it’s $7.50?) —erica

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I like that Good Heavens lets you decide how ballsy to get with the florals. They can be the main event or your little secret. —erica

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