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When summer heats up, the prints come out! From paisley to seersucker, polka dots and gingham, the one summer print that never seems to fade are florals. This season's favorite girly look has had a major runway makeover. The once dainty flower bud prints have turned into blooming bouquets. The 2012 Resort collections where filled with the bold and botanical prints by Marc Jacobs, Givenchy and Celine. As our flowers finally open up, so do our closets and that's why we're showing you how to Do It Yourself! This fun fashion craft will turn you into a textile pro! What you'll need--iron on transfer paper-a piece of cotton clothing- we used a striped tee shirt-images of flowers-iron-scissors-PillowcaseStep 1 - Find a few images of flowers that you love and print them from your computer onto the transfer paper.Step 2 -Place the pillowcase on a flat, hard surface and lay your shirt on top.Step 3 -Cut out your flower images and arrange them face down in your desired pattern.Step 4 -Heat your iron on the cotton setting. Firmly press the iron onto the transfer for 30 seconds covering the entire image.Step 5 -Repeat this step for each flower you adhere. Let the images cool and remove the paper and your new floral digs are ready to wear!
by Ida Hsiang
While we love wearing our maxi dresses and flowy sheer tops this summer season, one thing that will always be in style is the classic tee. Even our favorite basic top has gotten a makeover in the past few years and style details like longer hems, draping and generous necklines have made this tried and true style more flattering than ever! A white or grey tee a little too boring for your punchy summer wardrobe? Opt for a summer-trend ready tee in a bright color! And you don't have to spend much, either! Check out our picks of fave colorful tees that can hold their own against any maxi-dress, and all for $25 or less!