While Blumarine’s collections are a direct reference to looks popularized in the ’00s, other designers opted to make the trend appropriate for women who are not willing to go back to their hair clip era. Take, for example, Zero + Maria Cornejo’s spring 2022 collection that included subtle butterfly-shaped embellishments on navy and beige dresses, tops, and skirts that could be worn anywhere from the office to Friday night dinner. Meanwhile, Badgley Mischka unveiled graphic, colorful butterfly prints on ruffled dresses that made the print cocktail party-appropriate, rather than juvenile. Alberta Ferretti also took to butterflies for spring 2022, with monarch-printed high-low tops and pants that made the once-youthful trend look all grown-up and, even, elegant.
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