Celebrate ‘The Goonies’ Sequel With Spring’s Tropical Floral Trend

Flower power.
Photo: Asos/River Island/Urban Outfitters/Zara/Need Supply/American Eagle

In case you missed the news: The Goonies is coming back. Director Richard Donner seemingly confirmed the news over the weekend to TMZ and is even in ongoing discussions with the original cast to return. Inspired by this news, Chunk’s love of Hawaiian shirts, and one of spring’s biggest trends, we sought out the season’s finest florals. They’re everywhere—from shoes to hats and everything in between. We collected a few of our faves and rounded them up for your consideration/enjoyment/shopping needs, etc. Check ’em out below, and if you introduce the flowery print to your wardrobe, be sure to do the Truffle Shuffle whenever you can.

Photo: Nasty Gal

This maxi dress from Nasty Gal features a subtle floral print. The colors are muted, but the oversized flowers speak for themselves—spring is here.

Photo: American Eagle

This American Eagle skirt combines the colors and print size of a typical Hawaiian shirt, but features it on a skirt and against a black background, making it automatically more wearable. The best part? It’s on sale for under $25!

Photo: Urban Outfitters

Sweatpants + floral print = spring’s greatest pants. This pair from Urban Outfitters is perfect for laying in bed, running errands, or, like, going to a party—hey, you’re totally on trend.

Photo: River Island

These River Island sneakers are a great option for sneaking a tropical print into your look without the risk of it overwhelming your outfit. They’d look great with jeans or a simple dress and, in a pinch, you can wear them to the gym. So many uses!

Photo: Asos

This outfit from Asos consists of a skirt and crop top, so you can buy either, or, if you’re into Solange-like print pairing, both!

Photo: Nasty Gal

These Nasty Gal pants are bright, tropical, and probably the only pair you need for this summer. Plus, they feature wild life. Not many pants contain both a leopard and flowers—you gotta embrace a print like that when you have the chance.

Photo: Zara

This Zara shirt, much like the maxi dress up top, features an all-over print, but uses subdued colors to make it a piece you’ll actually, y’know, wear. This shirt is formal enough for your summer job (probably), but casual enough for dining al fresco.

Photo: Need Supply

On a full-size shirt this multi-color print might be a bit much. On this Need Supply hat, though, it’s just right.

Photo: River Island

This mesh dress from River Island is lightweight and full-coverage. It combines sports and flowers. It has it all, basically.

Photo: Urban Outfitters

The sole thickness on these T.U.K creepers doesn’t scream spring and/or summer, but the body’s light, pastel, floral print totally does. Plus any shoe you can wear to transition seasons is worth adding to your wardrobe—change is hard.

Photo: Nasty Gal

This Y-3 jacket is the biggest splurge on this list, but, um, hi—look at this thing. It’s sheer, it’s colorful, it can be worn as a shirt or a jacket, and it has a hood. What can’t it do, amiright?

Photo: American Eagle

A bikini top in a tropical print? I’ve suddenly been transported to the Bahamas. Thanks, American Eagle.

Photo: River Island

Aside from being extremely difficult to go to the bathroom in, rompers are the perfect summer piece. This blue one from River Island features florals and multiple straps. Once you get in that thing, you’re never getting out.

Photo: Asos

If you haven’t noticed, we’re all about the floral trend done subtly, which is why we love this Asos mini. The print is large but the color palette is limited, which means you could totally wear it year-round. If you wear flowers next February, you may even forget you’re in the middle of a polar vortex. YAY.

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