Item of the Day: Flower Children Only

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flowerEveryone seems to love florals especially for spring/summer, but this year everyone seems to be picking posies (and all sorts of species of flora). From the catwalks for the haute couture shows to frolicking festivals such as Coachella, flirty, florals are verdant.

Boho-hippie chic is one of the most popular casual iterations of the fully blooming trend. Here Michelle Madonna, who founded Flower Children Only by That Madonna Girl in 2012, modernizes the happy hippie trend with a collection of brightly-hued floral halo headbands, crowns, and cuffs.

FlowerThat Madonna Girl photo by Andrew Werner

“Elaine Rose Halo” (Photo: Andrew Werner)

These statement pieces are handcrafted in the USA with one-of-a-kind silk flowers, suede leather straps, and offered in customizable colors and arrangements ranging in price between $15 and $30 at retail.

Madonna’s designs have become the preeminent music festival fashion accessories. Now, Flower Children Only has transcended the music festival scene, becoming a headwear accessory versatile enough for everyday wear.

“For the young and wild, for the sophisticated and refined, for the dreamers and romantics, there’s always a flower for everyone,” says Madonna, who seems to have another hit on her hands (and head).

Retail: $20


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