March is a transitional month for getting dressed. If you have asked the question, what to wear in NYC in March already, you are not alone. We are living through a grave crisis. The Corona virus has reached our country, and everyone is doing what the can to be responsible and safe. Stores are closed for now. They will reopen. And life will return to normal. While we are in social distancing, we can still dream. For now we can shop online. And good clothes never go out of fashion. You can think about adding these prints to you wardrobe, as dark ground prints are a great choice when you buy them in season-less fabrics. When you ask what to wear in March in NYC, the answer is geometric, ethnic, bold floral or romantic dark ground prints. Add some of these prints to your wardrobe. Let’s take a tour around the city to find the best prints.
A dark dress stands out in this paisley like print. Minis are hot this season. The ethnic inspired romantic printed blouse looks sharp when paired with skinny crop jeans and a sleek with coat. Opposites work together perfectly.
This Balenciaga dress is a classic.The neon colors really pop. Mixing bright colors on a dark ground clicks.
Dries Van Noten is a known flower lover. He has a famous garden in the country, and obviously gets inspiration for his famous floral prints like the dress seen here.
Here is another Dries print dress with a dark ground. This is a standout print and completely different that the one above. There are so many ways to wear this trend.
Prada has some great prints as well. I love this dress. The mix of print and stripe is deftly done. And shirt-dresses are a trend too.
Carolina Herrera has some very cheerful prints this season. This on trend shirt-dress is bold and cheerful.
Here is another dark ground print from Ms. Herrera. While smaller in scale it is still going to make your day happy.
Richard Quinn is a young British designer who is going places. His signature floral prints done on a grand scale. The printed coat goes beautifully with the neon pants.
Marni has some beautiful prints this season. Mixing the red flowers with a neutral ground is seasonless.
Molly Goddard, another British designer, offers some cool separates. You can wear them together or on their own, and look great either way
Nicky Zimmerman is also known for her prints. I love the deep teal ground print. This too can be worn all year round.
Dolce Gabanna always loves a flower driven print. The red roses come alive on the black ground.
Dior’s ethnic prints go from light to dark, and are compelling.
Chloe uses a mini floral print on this boho blouse to give their jeans an instant lift.
And Bash supports a relaxed boho feel with this maxi dress paired with a denim jacket. This is year round dressing.
R13 makes trend setting jeans. This dark ground floral with an animal print addition will undoubtedly have many imitators.
Ganni uses prints effectively. This nebulous no print print mixes dark tones perfectly. The outfit has no season.
Also from Ganni are these dark ground prints. Whether it is a black ground with a neon yellow-green abstract print, or a tonal blue floral print, the clothes look fresh.
ALC has this beautiful mauve and pink print dress should be a go to piece in March as well as in September.
Red and purple ground prints from Bash are sophisticated and contemporary.
A halter mock neck and an uneven hem dress in a bright floral on a black ground is slimming. It works now, and when the weather gets cooler it would look good with a blazer.
Reformation loves prints. There are two dresses and a shirt here, with different prints, yet they all have a romantic feel that is a Reformation code.
Rebecca Taylor also has a romantic look. These dresses and tops are sweet without being soppy. A great addition to any wardrobe.
Ulla Johnson mixes femininity with ethnic chic. These orange ground prints are no exception. Choose these of the black group prints to wake up your wardrobe.
These dark ground prints make prairie dresses come to life.
Both of these prints have red in them. The prints are very different, and their message is slightly different. Both will brighten your day.
Mage, the French label, also has a group of dark ground prints.
Yellow and black floral prints look fresh here. I am not sure I would wear them with the animal print bottoms, but some might take a chance.
You can see what a big selection of dark ground prints are in stores in New York. Pick the one that is for you.
And if wearing printed clothing is not your thing, maybe you should consider these Prada shoes. Try them with black pants or a black dress, and pull you look together with pizzazz. These shoes could make you season.