I do believe most everyone can appreciate the beauty and nature inspired awe of fresh flowers. Think weddings, funerals, dances, love, decorations, special moments, celebrations and even The Rose Parade, all recognized with a variety of real, gorgeous, sweet smelling flowers.
Another aspect of florals are flowery print materials and fabrics, in the realm of fashion. Although clothing serves many purposes, as in protection from the weather, the environment, the ultraviolet rays of the sun, etc., clothing also serves an aesthetic purpose, elevating our mood, turning heads and basically keeping us stylin’ while smiling! Floral garments are feminine, dainty, gorgeous and look and feel like spring…mixing and matching with most everything!
For those of you that adore floral prints, here are some valuable, easy shopping choices for you:
Be it floral dresses, pants, blouses or skirts, when dressed in flowered materials you’ll stop traffic…you fashion diva flirt!
Clothing Fun Fact: There is no exact way to determine when clothing was first developed, but some information has been inferred through studying that estimates the introduction of clothing taking place roughly 42,000 – 72,000 years ago.
For people who love and adore fashion, style and beauty, oh how happy we are to wear splendid clothes and be true fashion cuties!
Some people prefer to wear more solid colored clothing, where a complete flower print is just too girly and over the top for you. Then I suggest if you have on blue jeans and a solid blue blouse, carrying a floral print purse will work great for you! This adds some color and splash to your outfit, without turning you into a complete mass of flower power!
Flower power mixes with fashion passion!
Just as people have various tastes and preferences for their style of clothing, garments perform a range of social and cultural functions, such as social status, modesty, religion and gender. Clothing is especially useful as a form of adornment and an expression of personal taste, and how you view yourself and choose to present your unique personality to the world.
Clothing Fun Fact: Clothing has a history of being made from a variety of materials. Materials have ranged from leather to furs to woven materials, to elaborate and exotic natural and synthetic fabrics. Although we tend to use the term clothing as a general word for fashion, articles such as purses, scarves and jewelry are considered accessories. Glorious, splendid, fabulous shoes fit in the category of clothing!
Wear a floral print dress with sexy stilettos or darling ballerina flats and you’ll look like a walking bouquet of spring and sunshine. Nothing wrong with that!
Flower power makes you feel like a true beauty queen and you’ll steal the spotlight and be seen!
Did you know that in addition to clothing, using fresh flowers, floral designs and arrangements include making wreaths, nosegays, garlands, festoons, boutonnieres, corsages and bows?
So many uses for luscious, lovely, fabulous flowers! Minute by minute, hour by hour!
Floral garments are elegant, youthful, beautiful and feminine all rolled into one. Every true fashion diva, and even those of you that aren’t that much into clothing, will look radiant wearing one!
“Who is that flower girl cutie wearing the floral pencil skirt and flowered hat?”
“I’ve never seen her before, but from the way she’s dressed, she walks like she’s all that!”
“She does appear confident, feminine, sexy and strong in her spring time clothes.”
“The great way she feels about herself both inside and outside truly shows.”
“I have a ruffled floral silk blouse that I rarely wear. I think I’ll put it on.”
“I’ll go shopping and buy a fantastic floral pantsuit. Together we’ll be flower strong.”
Floral Prints: Get your girl garments on! You can’t go wrong!
Nancy Mangano is an American beauty/fashion/style influencer, fashion journalist, screenwriter and author of the Natalie North murder mystery book series. Visit Nancy on her global online fashion/style/beauty magazine Strutting in Style! at http://www.struttinginstyle.com, her Facebook page Nancy Mangano at https://www.facebook.com/nancymmangano/ Twitter @https://twitter.com/nancymangano and her author website http://www.nancymangano.com