Thursday, April 18, 2013

Floral Prints

   Spring is already here, but Summer is on her way. Don't you feel it's time for the floral prints? Why not anticipate the warmest season by starting to wear floral printed clothing?

   I've looked up some " floral outfits" in the Couture Spring 2013 Collections and these enchanted me the most:

Armani Prive


Christian Dior

Maison Martin Margiela


   I found this amazing website( on which I found a beautiful history of the printed fabrics. It is impressive: in India, the printed fabrics were developed in the 14th century and they were brought to Europe in the 17th century. The first prints were floral. In the Victorian Era, in England, nature( especially the plant kingdom) played a very important role in interior design and in Fashion design; because of the accelerated development of technology, people got so exhausted that they began to seek for every opportunity to relax and even to escape. William Morris's floral designs are the most famous:

   I hope you enjoyed reading and viewing these photos.
   Have a lovely evening,
   Kisses, A.


  1. I have nominated you for a Liebster award for your great blog!

    1. Aw, thank you!
      I have added you on Gfc and on Fashiolista. Your blog is awesome!
      Have a nice day!

  2. I love floral printed items, especially vintage one :) great post dear :)

    1. Thank you very much!
      I love flowers in general and flower prints are so... Summer!
      Btw, your blog is very nice! I followed you on Gfc.
      Have a nice day!

  3. Hi, great blog! I looove floral prints! :)

    I'm following you now on GFC (Google Friend Connect).

    Would be great if you can check my blog and follow back :)

    Thank you! Keep with the great work!

    1. Thank you! I followed you back!
      I love floral prints too and I am so happy that a lot of people love them too

  4. I love floral prints, but I don't know why I am kind of affraid to wear it... but you know why, it is time for a change this summer! :) thank you for this post! It is really great!