The lack of lovely roses in your living room is no longer an issue. This roundup of flowery fashion is freshly picked and oh-so stylish! Your closet deserves a corsage too!
President Obama spoke at the Lincoln Memorial for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. First Lady Michelle Obama attended as well, wearing a black and red Tracy Reese Embellished Flared Frock. Doesn't she look absolutely gorgeous?
Just give us the secret, Julianne! However did you find that subtle blouse situation? Spill the deets.
Mommy-to-be Danielle Jonas styled up her playful floral sundress with a denim jacket.
If we had Olivia Wilde's wardrobe, we would have picked the Lovers + Friends trousers, too.
Why wear a corsage when you can slip into an A-line botanic beauty like Naomi's?
Sarah Jessica Parker
SJP's girly gown is topped with delicate dollops of blooms. Carrie Bradshaw wasn't the traditionalist type of girlfriend (she didn't even want a diamond!) but even the fashion-savvy character could appreciate this belle.
Va va voom in vintage! That's what we think whenever Emma Rossum's pictures pass us by. The celeb looks her very best in old school yet never dated silhouettes. Her lime green number is a fruitful fashion choice.
Pick a side! Could that rule apply to florals? Donning a completely one-sided flourishing arrangement was a smart pick, Diana!
We're sending a nod to Heidi's neutral spaghetti strap tank. She made it work with a long pendent and black maxi skirt.
Call it The Floral Diaries. AnnaSophia Robb's mini is tea party chic.
Pink and petals! Ali's dress is a double whammy of flora and fringe.
The collage of mini flowers makes Rosario's dress look like a snazzy watercolor painting.
JLo donned a sheer black blouse, decorated with beautiful peach blooms.