have a happy may day.
hey, it’s may day, so i thought it only appropriate we take a look at some modern floral femininity. we may be too grown up to dance around a may pole, but we can certainly still appreciate a floral theme here and there. i’m not a huge fan of floral prints — at least not in large doses, but i do love a hint of their subtle feminine wiles combined with a vintage modern and unexpected twist — i love an eclectic contemporary take on traditional florals, whether it be in the form of branches or subtle prints.
karen inderbitzen-walller via the selby