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Fashion blogger Bryanboy noticed some major similarities between Michael Kors Spring 2015 designs and what could be the standout print of Reese Witherspoon's new, Southern-influenced lifestyle line Draper James. Witherspoon's Draper James is calling its flower print on a navy background "Nashville navy magnolia." It's available in the form of $148 silk rompers, $175 shirts, $125 shorts, and $200 pants.
Meanwhile, Michael Kors is selling camellia print separates that incorporate a similar navy color scheme. The prints are currently discounted right now, with silk-georgette pants on sale for $337.50 (originally $1,125), a $478.50 circle skirt (originally $1595), a Peter Pan collar shirt for $238.50 (originally $795), and a cap sleeve blouse for the same price. The very floral Michael Kors collection debuted in September 2014. See a side-by-side comparison with Bryanboy modeling the Michael Kors version below: