I wore this collar necklace to the Dolce & Gabbana event and it was, of course, a hit!
Aurelie Bidermann necklace, $1035, barneys.com.
The woman responsible for making women mad about prints is a go-to for transitional spring attire.
Mary Katrountzou blouse, $1585, modaoperandi.com.
Normally I am a Neroli girl, but lately I have been gravitating towards floral fragrances. The packaging of Roger Vivier’s collaboration with Ines de la Fressange is as pretty as the scent, itself.
Iris by Roger Vivier, $195, Roger Vivier, New York, Madison Avenue.
New York-based designer Tanya Taylor is becoming one of my favorites—this graphic, floral dress exemplifies why I’ll be wearing her pieces this spring.
Tanya Taylor dress, $825, modaoperandi.com.
These pretty floral flats make me regret that I gave up shopping for Lent.
Dolce & Gabbana flats, $695, net-a-porter.com.
Erdem is best known for his floral pieces—for good reason. I can never have enough.
Erdem pants, $798, matchesfashion.com.
A good pouch can do double duty as a clutch. This one by Rebecca Minkoff can even be personalized.
Rebecca Minkoff pouch, $125, rebeccaminkoff.com.
In some cities it’s not too early to go swimming. This floral suit is the perfect piece of spring swimwear.
Preen bathing suit, $256, matchesfashion.com.
Sweatshirts seem to be the sweater of choice around the office these days. I love this interpretation of florals by Christopher Kane.
Christopher Kane, $560, net-a-porter.com.
Prada always makes a version of these leather bracelets each season, for Spring 2014 the flowers feel slightly more tropical and the rhinestones are a great touch.
Prada bracelets, $870 and $695, Prada, Madison Avenue.