Elizabeth Lavin

Shopping & Fashion

12 Ways to Embrace The Hottest Scent of Spring

Everything's coming up roses.

Passion For Petals

Alli K Design’s Alli Koch wrote the book on floral illustration. (No really—she’s released three instructional books on the subject to date.) Now the Dallas artist has made her black-and-white work interactive through velvet coloring posters. At $24 for a box of 10, they’re not only more economical than fresh flowers but they’ll last longer, too (and give you something to do during quarantine, natch).

Every Rose Has Its Thorn

Do you prefer your sugar with a hint of spice? Add some edge to a delicate floral display with a bronze-thorned vase by Grapevine-based artist James Lockridge, available at Grange Hall for $2,800. Whether you arrange the petal-packed variety that inspired this vessel or opt for lilies, dahlias, or peonies instead, this vase will keep your blooms looking sharp.

Byredo rose hand wash

$65 AT VIOLET GREY

Palermo Botanical Facial Steam

$35 AT GO EASY

Tatine Peace Rose Candle

$52 AT TATINE CANDLES

Wine and rose handmade soap

$5 AT SOAP GIRL

Roseberry chocolate bar

$8.50 AT COCOANDRÉ CHOCOLATIER

Acqua di Parma Rose Nobile Eau de Parfum

$142 AT BLUEMERCURY

Best Buds

These floral finds make life a little rosier.

Marcel Market

In addition to these French-made Barnier rose candies, find rose-flavored mints and scented soaps.

Cauldron Ice Cream

Stop by the Cali import for a scoop of H20 Rose flavored ice cream, served in their signature rose shape.

Hey Koneko

Shop ethically made apothecary goods—like a rose geranium bath soak—and more at this new Deep Ellum shop.

Verbena Parlor

Their Egyptian Rose hydrojelly face mask helps diminish the appearance of fine lines and dark spots.

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