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Traditional florals with a pattern mixing twist in an easy dress at BCBG, image via: Style.com
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Monocrome laser cut at Emerson, image via: TheCut.com
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Easy summer isolated embroidery with an international feel at Naeem Khan, image via: Style.com
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Swingy, easy, ready-made outfit at Michael Kors, image via: Style.com
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Flirty but sophisticated traditional brights with a twist at Dennis Basso, image via: Style.com
flower girls.

Florals for spring are nothing new, but spring 2014 saw flowers come out in all different forms--3D appliqués, loud patterns, muted colors and more. This season's florals sent a message that florals don't only mean flowers, there can be other garden greenery involved. And they don't just mean girly or romantic dresses, they can be dramatic, sexy, sophisticated and sometimes dark on any item of clothing. 
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Simple, clean-cut and modern at Whit, image via: TheCut.com
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Trendy, embroidered pastel hotpants at Houghton, image via: TheCut.com
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Alternative black and white on suit separates at Alice + Olivia, image via: Style.com
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Graphic and casual at Cynthia Rowley, image via: TheCut.com
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Bright, cali cool, casual but sequin (!) at J.Crew, image via: TheCut.com
From all over micro prints to jumbo flowered gowns in all different textures and colors, almost every sartorial type of flower was [excuse the cringe-inducing pun] in full bloom. I'm not much of a flower person, but this week's shows have convinced me to invest once the trends start hitting shelves next spring.
-E
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Fancy gold embroidery at Kaufmanfranco, image via: Style.com
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Flowy, feminine, pale oversized print at Badgley Mischka, image via: Style.com
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Flower-as-dress at Oscard de la Renta, image via: Style.com
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Gothic-hippie appliques at Anna Sui, image via: Style.com
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Sexy, cool and neutral at Sophie Theallet, image via: Style.com
 



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