I have this fun and vibrant cherry-print halter dress from Modcloth, though of course, a month later, I realized I could have gotten it for several dollars cheaper right at the source...the delightful Heartbreaker Fashion. If you have secret or not-so-secret inclinations towards curve-friendly 50's fashion, this is a great source for cute printed dresses. (I love that they have a selection of a relatively few classic shapes, like the super-flattering Beverly and Monique and the va-va-VOOM Vanessa, which you can buy in a range of fabrics & prints. Almost like you can have your dress custom-made!) They now have halter dresses in two other kinds of cherry print as well--this sensational black-and-cherry version (who is not curious about a print that's called Black Badabing Cherry?) and this Cerise version which is a little more toned-down than the red-and-pink one I sport in the summer.
Of course, not everyone likes what could be called a bright red and bright green fruit print with vaguely sexual connotations. (I prefer to think of it as vibrant and flirty/retro-sweet.) But there are so many ways to wear cherry print! Almost as versatile as florals.