Thursday’s Must-Have: Flowers, Please!

In the Ottoman world, men as well as women used flowers and floral motifs as personal adornment. Since then, flowers in garments wore by women would frequently depict one of another flower or its motifs, yet shapes and colours of tulips, hyancinths, roses and carnations were the main ones.

Flower motifs got extremely popular (once more) in sixties, where women wore comfortable, colorful pieces and the Hippie era had just begun. Would you recall your parents referring to sixties using a phrase “flower power”?

So today’s Must-Have is yet another suggestion for a piece from the floral trend.

Floral piece from Mango


Elena Dimitrova

Stylist and Fashion Journalist

Fashion enthusiast and music lover. Keen on all classics - from Chanel to the Milan scala. Fameiva's fashion journalist since 2013. Loving it. Ambitious and laconic, adventurous and with a huge sense of humour. Adoring Karl Lagerfeld and Louis Vuitton.

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