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“His shoulder-length hair splayed across the collar of his gold and purple cutaway coats, which often framed chartreuse vests and floral-print ties.”
“At the ripe old age of 83, Oscar-winning actress Cloris Leachman is launching her own clothing line of cheetah and floral-print chiffon tunics.”
“Or why not give a nod to Mad Men's Betty Draper, with an extra-fine merino cardigan over a floral-print tea dress?”
“Our love affair with Chloe Sevigny's closet has continued as the "Big Love" actress stepped out to the show's season 5 premiere in L.A. on Wednesday night in a floral-print halter dress by Rodarte with a cutout and center slit.”
“Tom Sansbury, a tall, white-haired gentleman in a floral-print Hawaiian shirt, white shorts, and black loafers sipped a glass of chardonnay as he waited for Romney to show.”
“Guess has, rather ironically given their image, always been good at the sweet virginal print—try their "Lou Lou" romper £89 in a black floral-print with a racer back.”
“Zara Basic also has a black floral-print romper £29.99.”
“If you are still not persuaded by print or floral, then Zara's wide-legged pants with an oversized floral-print in navy £59.95 might just work.”
“The best printed dress award, though, goes to Zara, which has managed a McQueen-like color fusion in their intense floral-print, sleeveless, above-the-knee cotton "Tulip-skirt" dress £69.99.”
“Decor was kept to a minimum to allow room for visitors: a floral-print sofa with lace doilies, an end table holding a turquoise lamp and black rotary-dial telephone and ashtray, a small chair flanked by a rack of vintage magazines, a 1951 television, family photos and an 8-by-10 of Cline in one of her cowgirl outfits on the fireplace mantel.”
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