There's little we love more than spying on Anna Wintour's style. She always looks so steely and chic...so classic yet modern...so...covered in flowers? It didn't take much digging to confirm our suspicion; Vogue's editor-in-chief is obsessed with floral prints, morning, noon and night, all four seasons of the year! In fact our research confirms that every other look the former Londoner wears has some kind of plant life on it! Allow us to prove our point.
Look #1 comes to us from spring fashion week in Anna's home base of New York City. This maroon frock by Reed Krakoff features white florals throughout that give it an Asian feel. We're unsure of the genus or species, but we'd call this a wispy white and give it an A+ for both color and shape.
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Next up is a more colorful approach to the bouquet with this Chanel cocktail shape. We couldn't love this look more, and we're not just saying that to suck up. The primary colors pop perfectly against that black background, and the shape is classic French chic.
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To prove we're not all about the brown-nosing, we've thrown in this bizarre skirt style, featuring what appears to be a Chinese landscape. The plant life on this pattern is in the form of spindly embroidered trees, and it's way too old school for our tastes. Naturally, Anna ups the ante with this paneled fur coat, but as far as the florals go, this is a fail.
Back to the gushing. We are in love with this pink and black combo. It's rare to see the demure diva in such a bold color, which might be why we're so impressed with this Lanvin look. Here, the print appears to be roses which are a lovely choice for any occasion.
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And finally, our favorite flower print of all, the famed MET Gala gown. While it didn't, in any way, adhere to the "punk" theme, the Chanel sheath is still perfection in our book: vibrant, light and covered in the perfect spring bouquet.
Note to selves: wear more flower prints. If they're good enough for Anna, they're good enough for anyone.