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Fly away with the bird print trend

With warmer temps approaching, your inner free-bird is so ready to fly! Luckily, fashion’s new obsession with bird print makes it even easier to let your style soar. The spring runways were full of our feathered friends, with flocks popping up everywhere from Marc Jacobs to Jill Stuart. Take flight in our fave picks, below.


Pretty in pastel

Unlike its animal print cousins, bird print looks best in pale shades. Rock this breezy trend in pastel hues such as seafoam green or blush pink. Super chill, yet totally trendy.

Small Bird Pattern Top, $18,



A feathery romper looks so chic for spring with a sweet cardi and a leather belt looped around the waist. So fly.

Angie Romper, Strapless Bird Print, $23 (on sale!),


Springy scarf

There’s no easier way to rock this print than on a lightweight scarf. Loop it around your neck and pair with a pretty button down and your fave skinnies. Delicate, yet still packs a punch.


TOUCH – Cotton birds print foulard, $35,


Saucy skirt

When Friday night rolls around, hit the town in a high-waisted bird-print skirt. The fluttery hem lends it a flirty vibe, and looks oh-so chic with a black tank and pink pumps.


On The Wire Bird Print Skirt, $34,

BY ERIN MILLER ON 3/26/2012 12:00:00 AM

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