Floral Editorial Inspiration

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Flowers come in many shapes and sizes. Even though everyone has a flower preference, most would agree on their beauty. When creating an  arrangement you are greeted with something unexpected; a sophisticated rose may look great next to a playful sunflower or an adorable daffodil. Likewise these odd pairings work well in fashion. Often taking a risk and combining two unique prints will create something better than you had anticipated. The following floral editorials prove that floral prints are no longer restricted to feminine detailing.

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Emerald Editorial Inspiration

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Green is the new black.
Emerald has been the focus of many editorial spreads. The color has been used in a vibrant way portraying varied emotions. Avant Garde photographer Miles Aldridge uses the color in an outlandish way while J.Crew embraces the warmth the color brings.

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Each of these photos has inspired us here at M&J. Check out our emerald section online