It’s not about picking one print and sticking to it. Designer Peter Pilotto brought together two in a dress that Fast & Furious’ Jordana Brewster worked on the red carpet at the Chrysalis Butterfly Ball.
Margot Robbie has kissed Leonardo DiCaprio on screen. For that reason alone, she has our bid for #GirlCrush of the year. But off-screen, she’s a girl who has helped jumpsuits make their trendy mark on the world and works a printed crop top and high-waisted skirt situation by Vionnet with killer confidence and ease. Our next Margot Robbie style move? Red hair dye.
Watercolor meets digital technology in Maggie Gyllenhaal’s floral maxi by Peter Som. The glowy celeb wore this artsy dress at the Women in Film 2014 Crystal + Lucy Awards.
Kaley Cuoco doesn’t pass on a trend—see her Insta. for a LOB, pixie cut, plenty of selfies. The star embraced prints, a little matching, and some midriff when she wore this pastel floral ensemble with a tailored pant to Rebecca Taylor’s Little White Dress Capsule Collection launch event.
Bellamy Young made a bold move in black and white stripes and a floral maxi skirt by Alice + Olivia!
A collared Preen dress of black and white geometric prints won over Shailene Woodley’s heart.
Emily Blunt made history on the Edge of Tomorrow press tour, wearing three different designer creations in three different international cities in one day. This paisley Osman A-line dress started things off right.
Afraid to commit to multiple prints a la Jordana Brewster? Follow the lead of Jessica Alba with a midi skirt in a tropical print with a solid tank tucked in. Add in patent leather stilettos for a garden party look.
Kerry Washington’s paint-splattered skirt by Sportmax awakens your inner artist.