When it comes to mastering the earthy, handcrafted aesthetic, we'd be hard-pressed to find a better muse than NYC florist Taylor Patterson. The stylish Brooklynite was raised on a farm in Delaware and learned her impeccable bouquet skills from the best: her parents. Their knack for gardening and landscaping rubbed off on her at a young age, and much to the delight of our homes and dream weddings, she turned her natural gift into a business: Fox Fodder Farm.
Keep your eyes peeled for this budding talent's upcoming interview and photo shoot for The List — our series with T.J. Maxx spotlighting fiercely admirable women who make the most of every moment. In her feature, you'll get the scoop on everything from the (somewhat bizarre) origins of her company's name to her effortless, natural approach to floral design, which translates to her wardrobe, home decor, and even her outlook on life. In the meantime, watch the video above for a primer on the NYC florist you need to know. If you get the sudden urge to screenshot these blooms and take to Pinterest, we won't blame you.