In “The Devil Wears Prada,” Meryl Streep’s character said it best. “Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.” Although Streep was oozing sarcasm, it’s no surprise that floral prints are in style this time of year, and we’re embracing them. Bring on the pops of color, cheerful patterns and all things blossoming.
The jewelry you’ll find at Trésor is unlike anything found at other shops. That’s because designer Puja Bordia draws influence from her family’s rich heritage as the Royal Family of India’s Jaipur Kingdom, as well as contemporary art and architecture. This season, we’re enamored by this blue and white sapphire pendant from the company’s Flora collection. Retail: $2,450. Trésor, 301 Altara Ave. #115, 305-375-0935, tresorcollection.com.
With puff sleeves and a tiered mini skirt, the River mini dress by Likely would be a vibrant addition to your closet this season. Retail: $218. Neiman Marcus, 390 San Lorenzo Ave., 786-999-1000, neimanmarcus.com.
Gucci has reimagined many of its classic handbags with vibrant floral prints by Ken Scott, an American designer who lived in Milan during the 1960s and ’70s. The Jackie 1961 small shoulder bag features a splashy pattern on a black background with the style’s signature gold hardware. Retail: $2,400. Gucci, 342 San Lorenzo Ave. #1015, 305- 441-2004, gucci.com.
The elegant Victor armchair by Studio Roche Bobois is upholstered with a winning combination of punchy floral and gold fabrics. We can see it as an unexpected element in a reading nook or a fun statement at either end of your dining table. Retail price available upon request. Roche Bobois, 450 Biltmore Way, 305-444-1017, roche-bobois.com.
Petal to the Metal
Known for stocking unique home décor finds from all over the globe, Home Design Store’s Petunia coffee table will bring the right amount of panache to your sitting area. It’s made from colorful wooden panels set atop an iron frame to create a boho-meets-industrial look. Retail: $429. Home Design Store, 490 Biltmore Way, 305-445-1421, homedesignstoreflorida.com.