Wear them head-to-toe for a powerful print clash, like Olivia Palermo...
... or copy Gwyneth who also loves head-to-toe prints - but makes hers matchy-matchy for a more full-on effect.
Forget pretty floral blouses, it's all about tough girl bikers or 90s-style denim jackets in floral prints. See Tali Lennox for styling ideas.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is a fan of the floral maxi - but rather than going for prissy prints, choose oversized blooms, edgy details like lace, faded prints or darker colours for a cooler grunge vibe.
Retro shapes, be it a 1950s dirndl, 1960s shift or 1930s gown like Naomi Watts, look great in floral prints.
Diane Kruger's silk floral print trousers teamed with a sporty crop top give an urban edge to girly blooms. Go for floral sweaters or cropped t-shirts for your own take on the trend.
Floral jeans have been around for a few seasons, but denim covered in blooms is springing up in all kinds of ways, from brogues to shirts.
Floral headdresses are a festival staple - but stars like Josephine De La Baume are bringing them to the red carpet. Add a crown of florals to your top knot with this bun crown...
Miranda Kerr's jumpsuit might not flatter every figure, but the oriental print is a keeper for this season. Wear yours on a kimono jacket or print shift.
Find classic blooms boring? Choose a digital print mash-up a la Bella Thorne for a modern take on florals.
The easiest way to wear florals? On your feet! Make like Jessica Alba and wear a pair of floral loafers - or choose sky high wedges for a wedding.
Kerry Washington's multi-textured floral ensemble is super-chic - from sweatshirts with sequin roses to lace dresses embroidered with petals, it's the cool way to wear florals now.
Kate Bosworth's Preen outfit shows a subtle hint of florals - the all-round chicest way to wear the spring staple.