The Polymorphic Lily Pattern Trend for Womenswear

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Flowers symbolize beauty and hope. They play a healing role in this society full of anxiety and unrest and more frequently appear on clothes. The lily in Chinese culture is auspicious, respect and good luck. Its elegant appearance comforts restless souls gently. As for patterns, outlining, yellowing illustrations, abstract expressions and fine depiction contribute to lilies in various forms. The lily plays a key role in patterns, connecting garments with the wearer tightly.

Womenswear

Fine and thick lines outline the lily. Minimalist brushstrokes and lavish color changes reflect the vitality of blooming lilies. Brights give positive energy to garments. This kind of pattern is ideal for shirts and dresses.

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From buds, petals to stamen or pistil, fine depiction brings different forms of blooming lilies. Tones are bright and lavish, enhancing the visual tensile force. This type of pattern fits shirts and skirts.

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Twigs in fine lines depict the fragile yet tenacious form of the lily. Tones are light and fresh, emphasizing changeable forms and weakening the visual tensile force. This pattern is mainly used to dresses and jackets.

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