It’s arguably the most iconic line ever uttered from the lips of Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep in the 2006 comedy-drama, The Devil Wears Prada, as she portrays the simultaneously feared and revered Miranda Priestly — a character rumored to be inspired by Vogue’s Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour.
As we take in the spring 2022 style scene, the sardonic remark [made to a room full of terrified fashion editors] comes readily to mind; however, explanations touted by designers and fashion experts alike would suggest that there really is something cathartic and important about the use of floral prints this season.
Independent French company Fashion Network [known as a hub for fashion industry professionals] calls the latest take on the trend a commentary on “ideas of hope, bloom, and transformation” and “a future in full blossom” in a post-lockdown society.
Meanwhile, a collection of some of Murfreesboro’s most beloved women’s clothing boutiques came together at Magnolia Farms to share how their stylists are envisioning the look for their customers in 2022. One accessory to complete your floral ensemble? A bold, textured clutch proves to be an absolute must-have.