Florals for spring — okay, this may not be revolutionary in the spring, but floral is just one of those trends that never goes out of style and it’s in full bloom for the year ahead. Versatility is an important weapon in any wardrobe and floral prints offer just this — after all, mother nature has given designers thousands of flowers from which to draw their inspiration. This season, florals come with a bold twist, with some designs being interchangeable with ’70s style. Other designs are being executed in a more traditional, feminine manner this year, as seen in Dolce and Gabbana’s bright display of vintage floral frocks at Milan Fashion Week. The beauty of floral, apart from the way it looks, is that it can be worn in any season. Floral tops can be teamed with plain skirts, pants, and blazers and vice versa, taking you from summer to autumn and winter to spring. Essentially, a floral item or two is an economic wardrobe choice. Traditional feminine pinks and reds are classic in spring and a popular choice for women of all ages heading into the racing season.