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This Brooklyn 'Grammer Is Channeling Her Inner-Flower Child

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    Photo: Via @tip__toes.

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    Life is a bed of roses for Frankie Ramirez — or so her Instagram handle @tip__toes has led us to believe. The Brooklyn-based flower child is using the social-media site to share her two loves: pretty blooms and a sartorial predilection that can best be described as a '70s romanticism. She's also expecting and showing off some majorly on-point maternity style in billowy maxis, wide-brimmed hats, and pointed oxfords.

    If we didn't know better, we'd say these wares leaped from the pages of a Free People catalogue and into Ramirez's 'grams all by themselves. That, and more greenery than all five New York City boroughs combined; a welcome change from #ootd snaps with Manhattan's concrete jungle as the go-to backdrop. If you like what you see ahead, follow her feed for plenty more ethereal styling cues — and shop a few of the looks, too.

    Photo: Via @tip__toes.



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