Turning your hair into a field of flowers is officially a thing, based on these runway looks


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In a *mic drop* beauty moment earlier this month, Beyoncé appeared on the cover of Vogue with a fierce bouquet adorning her head. (It’s her birthday month, and she can wear roses in her hair if she wants to.) And now, the floral tresses trend has made an appearance on the runway for New York Fashion Week—but with a whimsical, fairy-esque twist.

Rather than creating a singular arrangement to perch on top of one model’s head, designer Mansur Gavriel placed individual blooms sporadically throughout the redhead’s locks until the entire look resembled a field of wildflowers. The daisies put the finishing touches on a gold jacket and trousers ensemble, reports Vogue, but we’re pretty sure the free-spirited style would also pair splendidly with your standard atheleisure uniform.

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Next time you want to infuse boho-chic vibes into your day-to-day wardrobe, you can recreate the look with these daisy bobby pins (or peruse Etsy for your breed of choice). Whether you opt for loose waves à la Mansur Gavriel, or pattern your ponytail, you can go ahead and consider yourself a true DIY fashionista.

Cold brew? Flannel hair? Here’s the DL on all the lock-centered jargon on the internet right now. And if you want to grow out those locks, start with your shower routine

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