10 Pieces That Prove Tropical Prints Are Chic, Not Cheesy
We’ll get this out of the way: We recognize this is a little outside the average New Yorker’s sartorial comfort zone. But rainforest-inspired prints are trending big-time, and unlike 10 a.m. piña coladas, you don’t have to be on vacation to pull them off. Here are ten pieces that are just as at home on a city rooftop as they are in a beachside hammock.
A far cry from the ’70s Hawaiian shirts Uncle Larry wears at the family barbecue every summer.
Perfect for trekking through the (concrete) jungle.
Buy it now; wear it when fall rolls around (or when the AC gets out of hand).
Vince Camuto ($125)
Lace Midi Dress
Leaf-shaped cutouts make for an inspired—and totally stunning—take on the trend.
Tracy Reese ($348)
Silk Pajama Shirt
Wake up in paradise (or just look like you did).
For Restless Sleepers ($561)
If you’re going to carry a beach bag, it might as well be thematically appropriate.
Amuse Society ($56)
Not one for vibrant green? Opt for leg-skimming trousers in a more subdued palette.
Asymmetrical Party Dress
Fresh as an island breeze.
The palm dot com. (Sorry, we’ll leaf you alone now.)
Nasty Gal ($80)