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You Can't Be Gatsby's Daisy But You Can Get Daisy-fied

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You can't be The Great Gatsby's Daisy Buchanan (she's fictional, guys, and Carey Mulligan already has her on lockdown anyway), but you can wear daisies all over—in the literal sense. Maybe it's thanks to the slow burn of the Gatsby film, maybe it's because yes, damnit, it's spring and we want to wear flowers, but we're seeing daisies on everything from nail decals to handbags to apparel to more handbags. Take a look in the gallery above to get the literal sense. — Jaimen Sfetko
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