Fine flower prints bloom in a garden of student apparel

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Boraan Abdulkarim

Sophomores Vanessa Miller and Jane Jackson wear matching floral prints. “I just think its really cute because patterns with something plain makes it work, wheras plain with plan is just boring,” Miller said.

The spring’s first buds have started blooming all over St. Paul, especially on the premises of St. Paul Academy and Summit School, and students’ shirts showcase gentle flower prints. While floral prints, along with pastels, make an appearance every year in spring trends, 2014 witnessed the rise of a more subtle variant of florals.  From rosy shades of pink to cooler blues and greens, these prints come in all colors of the rainbow.