The go-to reference and maker for these remains British department store Liberty London, which has been popularising rich, rustic motifs of dainty blooms with its fabrics since the ’20s. In the past decade alone, the pretty patterns have made their way onto everything from Nikes to a Uniqlo collab. This season, they’re a favourite on dresses and accessories that are womanly yet sensible, bringing an unexpected charm to “work” wear – and new meaning to flower power.
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