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9 Pieces of Cherry Blossom Apparel and Accessories That You Can Wear Right Now

DC is approaching full cherry blossom mania, and the themed offerings go beyond National Cherry Blossom Festival keychains and Christmas ornaments. Cherry Blossom is a fully-fledged print now. That said, there is a fine line between “inspired by cherry blossoms” and “dressed like a cherry blossom.” Here’s nine picks from us that fall on the right side of that line.


This shift dress is a perfect hello to springtime, flowery but not too saccharine. Cherry Blossom Floral Dress, $65 at Ruche.


This waterfall front jacket, and the skirt below, are a sophisticated, painterly take on the blossom print. Uttam Boutique Cherry Blossom Print Waterfall Jacket, $78 at House of Fraser.


Uttam Boutique Cherry Blossom Print Pleated Midi Skirt With Belt, $71 at House of Fraser.


A party shoe that subtly nods to the season. ASOS High Flyer Sandals, $77 at ASOS.


Headed to this year’s Pink Tie kickoff party? You deserve to sleep in silk. Morgan Lane Short Sleeved Pajama Set, $375 at Moda Operandi.


This vintage-inspired foldaway tote from the classic British brand Cath Kidston makes grocery-shopping a little more cheerful. Blossom Bunch  Shopper $13 at Cath Kidston.


Training for the Cherry Blossom Ten-Miler? These moisture-wicking performance leggings can help. Cherry Blossom Capris, $75 at Spring.


Wear these for morning walks around the Tidal Basin, before the crowds show up. Nike Roshe Run Sneakers in Pure Platinum, $85 at Nordstrom.


Why should women corner the market on blossoms? Nike SB Icon Cherry Blossom Men’s Pullover, $65 at Nike.

Contributing Editor

Amanda has contributed to Washingtonian since 2016. She has written about the right-wing media personality Britt McHenry, chronicled her night with Stormy Daniels, and come clean about owning too much stuff. She lives on H Street. She can be reached at [email protected]