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But where the heck did the flower dress come from?
The existence of the flower dress is over 1400 years old! Coming from China, the first floral outfits were printed on silk. These luxurious fabrics were only available to the wealthy classes in Europe!
The flower motif then gained popularity in the 16th century with Venice lace.
Between the 16th and 18th centuries, patterns developed on heavier fabrics. Indeed other countries such as Persia and India participated in the craze for the floral pattern with the trade of beautiful dresses with exotic charm.
On heavy fabrics, it was only in the 18th century with the famous brocade that French and Italian dressmakers added flowers to their confections. The fashionable motifs were European flowers such as the rose, the daisy and the carnation. As with fabrics from the East, this silk fabric adorned with gold and silver patterns was only available to the nobility or certain bourgeois.
Today, the flower dress is appreciated worldwide! A symbol of fertility and spring, delicate, gorgeous and with a pleasant smell, the flower is one of the most worn designs by women around the world.