1. A bib necklace of multi-colored silk rosebuds, Schiaparelli, 1938.

    A bib necklace of multi-colored silk rosebuds, Schiaparelli, 1938.

  2. An adorable flower garden of a hat, Schiaparelli, Spring-Summer 1940.

    An adorable flower garden of a hat, Schiaparelli, Spring-Summer 1940.

  3. A bold rose-print summer evening gown by Balmain, 1957.

    A bold rose-print summer evening gown by Balmain, 1957.

  4. A gorgeous printed linen dress by Balenciaga, 1955.

    A gorgeous printed linen dress by Balenciaga, 1955.

  5. This flowery “Nuit D’Aout" (August Night) ball gown is from Dior’s Spring-Summer 1954 collection.

    This flowery “Nuit D’Aout" (August Night) ball gown is from Dior’s Spring-Summer 1954 collection.

  6. Dior’s Spring-Summer 1952 flower-spangled “Vilmiron” cocktail dress.

    Dior’s Spring-Summer 1952 flower-spangled “Vilmiron” cocktail dress.

  7. Adorable daisy sunglasses by Marcel Rochas, circa 1939.

    Adorable daisy sunglasses by Marcel Rochas, circa 1939.

  8. A very fun and summery straw cloche decorated with a single over-sized silk daisy, by Maison Lewis, 1923-1925.

    A very fun and summery straw cloche decorated with a single over-sized silk daisy, by Maison Lewis, 1923-1925.

  9. This gown’s amazing floral silk material was hand painted in China in the 1760s. It was later imported to England where it was made into a Robe à l’anglaise circa 1785.

    This gown’s amazing floral silk material was hand painted in China in the 1760s. It was later imported to England where it was made into a Robe à l’anglaise circa 1785.

  10. In honor of the first day of spring I thought I would pull out some of fashion history’s palest pastels and loveliest floral prints to help welcome the season.
These colorful enamel and pearl earrings date to the last third of the 17th century and were made to match this necklace.

    In honor of the first day of spring I thought I would pull out some of fashion history’s palest pastels and loveliest floral prints to help welcome the season.

    These colorful enamel and pearl earrings date to the last third of the 17th century and were made to match this necklace.