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PRIVACY PLEASE FLORAL DRESS
Sarah Ball, Fashion Market Editor: With spring officially here, I'm finally starting to purchase warm-weather items. I've been on the hunt for the perfect throw-on dress and this is it. I love the subtle ruffles and wrap-front closer and although it's floral, the colors are muted enough that it balances the look, so it's not overly "girly."
Buy It! Privacy Please Dress, $218; revolve.com
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Alex Apatoff, Deputy Style Director: I'm at the "nothing fits besides an XXL team building shirt from 2001" stage of my pregnancy, so shopping for anything with a size is sort of a farce. Thus I'm limited to jewelry and sunglasses, and I love the idea of covering up my soon-to-be-significant dark circles with a really fun, fresh pair of floral shades well into the summer.
Buy It! Coach "Yankee" floral rectangle sunglasses, $170; coach.com
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Brittany Talarico, Senior Style Editor: I probably don't need another romper hanging in my closet, but I really want this onesie. I love the belted wrap waist and the flared sleeves feel very on trend. Plus, I think I can make it work for one of the four (yes, four!) bridal showers I have coming up this spring and summer.
Buy It! Topshop Floral Wrap Romper, $75; nordstrom.com
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KATE SPADE NEW YORK DRESS
Kami Phillips, E-Commerce Editor: This spring, it's all about dark, romantic florals and this dress hits all of these notes -- plus it's absolutely gorgeous. I expecially love how the neckline and sleeves feel a bit bohemian, which is totally my style. Although it's a little higher than my budget would like, I know it's an investment piece that I'll have and love forever. Not to mention it's the perfect dress for wedding season!
Buy It! Marigold Dress, $998; katespade.com
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BYREDO MOJAVE GHOST
Emily Kirkpatrick, Associate Style News Editor: Despite what this gallery might suggest, there are more ways to wear florals than simply covering yourself from head-to-toe in bold blooms. If you're more into the subliminal suggestion of a change in season, may I suggest Byredo's cult fragrance Mojave Ghost with notes of violet and sandlewood that are guaranteed to put a spring in your step.
Buy It! Byredo Parfums Mojave Ghost Eau de Parfum, $150; net-a-porter.com
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OLD NAVY LEGGINGS
Sharon Kanter, Deputy Style Director: If there’s anything I buy too much of, it’s gym clothes. I feel like you could never have too many. Plus, now the options are cuter than ever, with cool patterns and prints and figure-flattering shapes (read: over the belly-button for an ultra-slimming effect). I’m loving this floral pair from Old Navy — they’ll definitely put some spring in my step… I mean, runs!
Buy It! Go-Dry High-Rise Printed Compression Leggings, $32.94; oldnavy.com
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TANYA TAYLOR DRESS
Lindy Segal, Style Social Editor: There's a Saks right by PEOPLE HQ, and every day I pass it on my way to Starbucks. Recently this pretty Tanya Taylor dress went up in the window — and every day I stop and gaze at it for an extra second or two. Yes, it's slightly more expensive than my morning latte, but I might just have to pop in on my next coffee break and make it mine.
Buy it! Tanya Taylor off-the-shoulder dress, $495; saks.com
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Andrea Lavinthal, Style and Beauty Director: Being that my favorite color is black and the boldest print in my closet is stripes, spring is so not my season fashion-wise. But during a recent online shopping spree, I fell in love with these sneakers. The black canvas base keeps the flowers from feeling overly perky and the high top style feels like a fresh alternative to a slip on. I can’t wait to wear them with black jeans and a striped top.
Buy It! Vans "Cuban Floral Sk8-Hi Reissue” High tops, $70; vans.com
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SISLEY PARIS FACE MIST
Kaitlyn Frey, Style & Beauty Assistant: While wearing blossom pattterns isn't exactly my thing, spritzing on light floral scents is more up my alley. I'm keeping this fresh orange blossom, rose and cornflower scented mist at my desk for the midday boost of hydration I always crave.
Buy It! Sisley Paris Floral Spray Mist, $100; shopspring.com
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LOFT BOUQUET BELL SLEEVE SHIRT
Jackie Fields, Beauty Editor: Florals don’t really resonate with me: I feel most secure in dark, denim solids. But when I spotted this shirt in Loft a few weekends ago, I picked it up (without even trying it on!). I'm definitely drawn to the deep blue hue, embroidered dot pattern which gives the comfy top a slightly structured feel, and subtle floral print that doesn't enter girlie territory in my tomboy mind.
Buy It! Loft Bouquet Bell Sleeve Softened Shirt, $59.50; loft.com
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JO MALONE FRAGRANCE
Alex Apatoff, Deputy Style Director: What could possibly say "spring" more than a "Blue Hyacinth" fragrance from Jo Malone's Bloomsbury set? Turns out, it's just as enchantingly "lost track of time in a secret garden" as it sounds - and I didn't even think I liked floral fragrances.
Buy It! Jo Malone "Blue Hyacinth" fragrance from the Bloomsbury set, $75; jomalone.com
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FREE PEOPLE FLORAL SWEATSHIRT
Jillian Ruffo, Associate Beauty Editor: I'm finally accepting the fact that cut-up sorority sweatshirts can no longer be worn outside my apartment. That said, I'm on a mission to add a few cute, can-be-seen-in-public sweatshirts into my weekend wardrobe -- and this floral pullover is the perfect start.
Buy It! Free People Go on Get Floral Sweatshirt, $98; nordstrom.com