30 Graphic Ways To Kick The Winter Blues

Stuck in that winter-wardrobe doldrum? You know, when you open your closet, only to pull out yet another basic, chunky pullover and black skinnies? Well, that's about to change in an instant. Our favorite designers' colorful, splashy, pattern-infused resort collections just hit the Internet, and we're in the mood to celebrate. So long, boring basics; hello, graphic knockouts! Seriously — these bold prints will literally sweep you off your feet and have all eyes on you (for all the right reasons) this season.
For resort '14, eye-catching florals in a myriad of shapes and colors ruled the collections of designers like Suno and Marni; standout graphics rode the waves at Peter Pilotto; and the sexiest glimmering stripes landed on the racks at Marc Jacobs. Basically, you're bound to find the just-perfect graphic to elevate your January wardrobe — no matter your style personality. So, click ahead, and meet your new "prints charming."
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Timo Weiland
A staple for the downtown-cool set, the NYC-based design duo behind this label brought new life to those tried-and-true shapes like squares and stripes with tartan-esque, colorblocked checkers and contrasting black-and-white banding.
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Ostwald Helgason
Abstract, exotic florals and sleek, silk jacquard in striking colorways make up this relatively new London-based line.
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Marni
You'll feel tropical (even if you're not on vacation) with Marni's ladylike take on the leisure suit. Kitschy, eye-catching patterns are pulled together with waist-defining sashes.
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Suno
Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis, the geniuses behind R29-favorite Suno, hit us again with the dreamiest prints around. But, this time, it's with sweet florals like rosebuds and chrysanthemum blossoms.
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Michael Van Der Ham
Remember your grandma's watercolor-floral kitchen wallpaper? Well, up-and-coming Dutch designer Michael van der Ham stripped it, updated it, and gave it that effortlessly glamorous feel that's so Instagram-worthy.
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3.1 Phillip Lim
Clean lines in sherbet and classic black and white push Phillip Lim's line of staples for the working girl into weekend-ready territory.
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Marc Jacobs
Stripes in perforated mesh and standout sequins ran rampant in Marc Jacobs' lust-inducing collection.
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Peter Pilotto
Known for their always-popular bold prints, designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos ventured to a different side of the spectrum this season with architectural and geometric concepts fit for any chick craving a little attention.
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Mother Of Pearl
Leave it to Mother Of Pearl to churn out the quirkiest take on florals we've seen thus far. We're talking poppies and daisies sprinkled onto classics like pencil skirts and blazers.
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Proenza Schouler
Black-and-white chevron mixed with throwback marbled-notebook patterns swarmed Proenza Schouler's latest It collection, proving that a classic mashup of prints can lead to something totally new.

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