Six Ways To Wear Florals

There’s no better way to celebrate spring than by putting flowers on everything.
1. These high-top Vans, complete with suede uppers, seem to have more in common with Jordans than half-pipes. But they will make you reimagine how skate shoes are supposed to look. Vans SK8-Hi Desert Aloha. $70, Unheard Of, unheardofbrand.com

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

2. While the 18-karat gold case and buckle may be standard, the design is anything but. It’s based on an 1890 oil painting by Vincent van Gogh called Irises. Check the time and be mesmerized. Van Gogh Irises watch, $60, Cincinnati Art Museum, cincinnatiartmuseum.com

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

3. The glass mosaic tiles on top of the copper wire base of this end table form a mandala design. Loosely translated from Sanskrit, mandala means circle and symbolizes wholeness. Mosaic Top Table, $250, Ten Thousand Villages, tenthousandvillages.com/Cincinnati

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

4. Peonies won’t start to bloom for at least another month, but you can get a head start on the growing season with this silk pillow featuring the pink perennial. Designers Guild throw pillow, $170, Dwellings on Madison, dwellingsonmadison.com

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

 

5. Pour that perfume that’s been sitting in your medicine cabinet since Christmas (thanks, Aunt Maggie) into this vintage porcelain vessel for a decidedly classy spray. Vintage porcelain perfume bottle, $50, House of Dumas, houseofdumas.com

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

6. Ties shouldn’t just be a fallback Father’s Day gift. This silk tie was handprinted in England, with designs taken from the country’s famed Killerton costume collection. Vintage National Trust silk necktie, $30, HiBred, hibred.life

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

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