Floral Fireworks

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Happy 4th of April, whee! Let’s pop some fireworks!

Don’t these cool flowers look like a fireworks display? I spotted them at Anthropologie a little earlier today.

They’re real. Not plastic. I don’t know what they are, though…

Speaking of Anthropologie, am I the only person who makes a beeline for the sale section as soon as they walk into the store? I’m always hoping to find something cute there, but alas, no luck today in that department.

I did like this green peplum top, but it wasn’t on sale. I think I’m going to wait and see if it gets marked down.

LOL! I really am my mother’s daughter…

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  1. Carrie says:

    Hi Karen. Those are protea and they’re grown on the island of Maui (they may be grown elsewhere as well).

  2. Wow the photos of the flowers are amazing! And I know what you mean about waiting until something gets marked down, especially if I’m not really dying to have it. lol
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  3. Rhea says:

    Great photos! I tend to like Anthropologies necklaces and decor/miscellaneous items much more than the actual clothing. Hehe
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  4. Roslyn Lutaaya says:

    Hi Karen. So pretty even if they are plastic. They’re pin cushion protea. We have them here in Cape Town. South Africa .

  5. Deanna says:

    Those flowers are so unique! I love Anthropologie, and I totally know what you mean about walking straight to the clearance section LOL. What can I say, I love finding bargains. :)

  6. denise S says:

    Pretty extraterrestrial looking flowers!

  7. Sylirael says:

    Yay for protea :-) My grandparents used to have them in their garden – they’re beautiful!

    I, too, make for the sale section in my favourite stores – grad student’s imperative :-P
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  8. Heidi says:

    Hi Karen -

    Love, love, love your blog. The flowers are protea as Carrie noted, and you can find them all over Cali. I bought some last week at So Cal Farmer’s Market, usually about $2-3/stem, and they last about 2 weeks. :<)

  9. Erin says:

    I think those are Protea! I love Anthro and I’d spend a fortune there if I had one to spend!
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  10. The flowers are one of their kinds.. yes exactly look like fireworks.. ;)
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  11. Kim says:

    We don’t have an Anthropologie store (I know, put on your surprised face), but I’m the same way with sales. It’s the best way to have nice things on a budget. :)

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