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  • noun Plural form of floral.


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  • It was a block similar to churn dash, in florals and white - quite pretty.

    Archive 2006-10-01 katelnorth 2006

  • It was a block similar to churn dash, in florals and white - quite pretty.

    Just a little bit last minute! katelnorth 2006

  • His clients:Politicians, hospitality bigwigs and color lovers come to Mr. Varney for the Draper touch: riotous hues, large-scale patterns heavy on the florals and awning stripes, oversized white moldings and a winking sense of traditionalism.

    The Full Monticello Jen Renzi 2011

  • The changes include more-feminine fits, "super stretch" denim for women, fashion collections that take note of runway trends such as the 1940s-influenced florals currently in stores, the introduction of shoes and accessories, and bumped-up ad campaigns with name models such as David Gandy , shot by fashion photographer Carter Smith .

    The Shopping Science Behind Lucky's Revamp Christina Binkley 2012

  • For a cool contrast, wear these dark dangly earrings with the brightest of summer florals.

    Black Beauties 2011

  • "What is happening with florals is that the warmth of orientals, the yumminess, is being added to them or vice versa, with the delicacy of florals being added to the orientals," she said.

    Naughty and Nice Sameer Reddy 2011

  • Alsace strikes the right chord but I like to think that the florals of Muscat would contrast nicely with the sage, and that the mineral/fruit core would work well with the butternut squash.

    Butternut squash ravioli with sage butter: wine pairing | Dr Vino's wine blog 2009

  • The dark colors are still more slimming and where I live in the Northeast, no one wears florals in the fall and winter.

    Clothing in the Garden 2009

  • Ms. Khoury often leaves behind the deeper, richer scents of the winter months, such as patchouli and cedar wood, and instead seeks out fragrances with lighter touches—"citrus notes like mandarin, lemon and grapefruit, dewy green notes, things that smell like leaves or fresh-cut grass, lighter tropical florals like gardenia petals," she says.

    Change in Weather, Change in Perfume Choices 2011

  • It's an aromatically intense florals and peaches, luscious wine that's sweet but not cloying thanks to a refreshing, balancing acidity—more aperitif than dessert wine.

    Why You'll Be Drinking Moscato This Year Lettie Teague 2012


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