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Floral Fashion Friday

Both simple and eye-catching, we think this graphic organic cotton tote is ideal for carrying nearly anything— groceries, books, your latest issue of flower…

Hugo Guinness Organic Cotton Tote, sold exclusively at John Derian, $35

Happy weekend!

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Floral Fashion Friday: David Lee Holland

Wearing fabulous and floral fine jewelry is even more enjoyable when you can be confident it was handcrafted in an entirely non-toxic process from beginning to end. David Lee Holland and co-designer Yannis Kyriazis specialize in creating botanically inspired fine jewelry with 100% recycled precious metal, natural colored precious gemstones and pearls, and conflict free diamonds. If you’re in the Birmingham area today, be sure to stop by Saks Fifth Avenue at the Summit and take a look at David Lee Holland’s fine jewelry collection and meet the noted designers behind the work; they are making a personal appearance today and their gorgeous collection is worth viewing (and wearing)!

If you’re not in the area, you still shouldn’t miss checking out David Lee Holland’s collection, so I’ve posted some of my favorites below. To see more of the collection visit the website.

Beech Bur Pod Ring with Natural Color Black Tahitian Pearl

Orchid Pendant with Diamond and Emerald

Three Leaf Ring with Rose Gold Dewberry and Pave Set Diamonds

Three Leaf Capsule Pearl Drop Earrings with Diamonds

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Dior Fleurs

Written by: Jordan Staggs, intern

It was flower girl heaven at IHQ Wednesday when we stumbled across Christian Dior’s new fall couture collection, the entirety of which was designed based on—wait for it—flowers.

Designer John Galliano was quoted as saying, “I’m having a floral moment,” when creating the line inspired by Dior’s childhood home and gardens, Les Rhumes.

And what a moment it was. Vibrant colors and floral silhouettes graced the runway set up in the Rodin Museum in Paris, framed by a backdrop of giant parrot tulips that would make even Georgia O’Keefe swoon. The models’ hair wrapped in colored cellophane enriched even more the whimsical idea that each was an elegant upturned bouquet, and Galliano himself appeared bearing a straw hat, as a gardener tending his blossoms.

From daywear projecting the bold colors and shapes of daffodils, tulips, and peonies, to the drop-dead gorgeous black taffeta ball gown hand-painted with yellow pansies, the beauty of the garden was reflected on the runway with every stride. Clearly, Galliano’s latest endeavor is a winner in our book.

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Click the link to view the COMPLETE COLLECTION

All photos via: Style.com
Photo credit: Monica Feudi/ GoRunway.com

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Floral Fashion Friday

4th of July weekend is only one week away! Inspired by the colors of our good old US of A, we’ve complied some floral and fashionable items that would be perfect for your weekend at the lake or for grilling out with friends.

To see a larger version of this inspiration board, click the image.

1. J.CREW Apple Blossom tie-front halter top and ruffle string hipster

2. J.CREW Apple Blossom underwire tank swimsuit

3. Juicy Couture Noelle Cherry sandals

4. Eugenia Kim Laura Floppy Sunhat

5. Marc by Marc Jacobs Shadow Peony Jersey Dress

6. BP. Cork Wedge Sandal

7. Gap Pleated Floral Skirt

8. Blumarine Jersey Floral Print Dress

9. Tory Burch Katie Floral Print Shorts

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Floral Fashion Friday

Because you can’t get much cuter than this happy tote.

mar y sol Guadeloupe tote, $89

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Floral Fashion Friday

This gilded, rose patterned swimsuit from Newport News (which comes in several variations of flattering cuts) seems perfect for summertime and has an attractive price tag, too.

Newport News cinched bandeau top, $19

Newport News rose print bikini bottoms, $15

Stop in next week for another Floral Fashion Friday!

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Floral Fashion Friday

Saturday kicks the Triple Crown races into gear with the famous “Run for the Roses”– the Kentucky Derby. While the Derby is known for being “the most exciting two minutes in sports,” the association between this race and elaborate, wide-brimmed (and sometimes ridiculous) hats is also impossible to ignore. Each year, women who are going to the Derby spend countless hours putting together the perfect ensemble– and an attention-grabbing hat is considered to be the piece de resistance. So while you watch those incredible Thoroughbreds contending to be wreathed in roses at the finish line, also keep an eye out for the flowers, feathers, and frills that adorn the brows of the Derby’s excited attendants. It’s sure to be a show in itself!

For this Floral Fashion Friday, we couldn’t resist pulling together some Derby hats with floral flair:

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Be sure to stop by next week for another Floral Fashion Friday!

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