Demi Lovato made her floral presence known in NYC when she sported this Topshop floral blazer ($130) with matching shorts, which aren't available online. To break up the busy print, the singer wore a simple white tee underneath, then kicked things up with a silver statement necklace. The floral trend shows no signs of stopping, so if you don't yet have a floral blazer in your mix, consider adding Demi's exact style to your closet. You can wear it with shorts and tanks now, then come Fall, with pants and sweaters. To make your floral blazer office appropriate, throw it on over a black turtleneck and matching black wide-leg trousers for a sleek-and-chic look that will surely turn heads.
Jessica Alba was spotted strolling LA wearing a new Stylestalker floral tuxedo blazer ($200) on top of a white tee and electric-blue Current/Elliott tuxedo jeans ($218). Black perforated sandals, a gray colorblock bag, and a bevy of jewels completed her daytime cool. Printed blazers are all the rage these days, and so are florals, so that's double the reason to add Jessica's blazer to your mix. Wear it with jeans and flats for a casual stroll during the day, with trousers and pumps for work, and over a little black dress or leather pants for night.
Maria Sharapova is the latest celebrity to showcase the floral trend. The tennis star hit the streets of London layering a Lisa Ho hibiscus print blazer ($770) over her orange blouse and fitted black shorts. She then accessorized her late-night look with neutral accessories — beige ankle-strap sandals, a taupe suede crossbody bag, and a few silver jewels — making her bold blazer the topic of conversation. From maxis and minis to blossoming bottoms, we don't see this celeb-approved trend dying down anytime soon, so take a cue from Maria and work her exact floral blazer to jazz up everything in your closet.
Designers Rebecca Minkoff and Irene Neuwirth may be known as bag and jewelry gurus respectively, and they most certainly are, but the girls can put together quite the amazing outfit as well. Just check out what they each wore to the 2012 CFDA awards nominee announcement in NYC. Rebecca's self-designed floral blazer is perfect for an upcoming Spring activity. You can even pair it with a black leather skirt or shorts for something more dressy. Irene's blend of two prints, striped and plaids, is also super refreshing. And leave it to the bling babe to throw on contrasting statement earrings. Click through to get a closer look and to shop Rebecca and Irene's fabulous looks.