Forget Floral Dresses, Floral Nails Are Having A Major Moment

floral nail art
floral nail art

Photo: c/o Morgan Taylor

This post originally appeared on Bridal Pulse.

Forget flowy floral dresses or big wedding bouquets — floral nail art is the latest addition to the spring style game, and it’s having an especially big moment with brides right now. We’re totally here for the trend, too, because wedding or not, floral nails are gorgeous.

These particular looks were the brainchildren of veteran nail genius to the stars, Tracylee, at Rodarte’s Paris Couture Week, but it’s pretty clear the floral nails look easily applies to anyone with a sense of outdoors-in, whimsy, and femininity. The look uses real flowers, dried and fresh, for a 3-D floral nails experience that’s just as appropriate at your wedding as it is at Coachella. But honestly, doesn’t the idea of holding a regal bouquet with bouquet-like fingertips just seem poetic? It does to us. What a fun way to hide grown-out gel nails, too.

floral nail art

Photo: c/o Morgan Taylor

The colors Tracylee used for the Rodarte presentation looks are Morgan Taylor’s Sugar Fix and All White Now. Both are popular choices on their own for spring nails, but are brought to life with floral additions. Now you’ll just need to add a few extra bottles to your honeymoon packing list in case you want to recreate the look the following week while you’re somewhere sunny.

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