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It’s officially spring, if you hadn’t noticed, and while the eastern seaboard is teased by the occasional warm day it hasn’t really been temperate enough to wear something that screams spring. Rather than braving the lambish half of March in a fuchsia miniskirt, how about wearing a bit of floral? You needn’t go bare legged. Florals have been popular over the past few springs with the return to ladylike decorum on the runways and on the streets they will most likely continue to fill shop windows and perhaps your closet if you don’t think they are sickeningly sweet. Last September we saw catwalks flooded with floral chiffons in anticipation for this fertile season. Be inspired by florals in fashion through the ages here.
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