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FEISTY FEMALES WHO FLAUNT THEIR FLEURINGS

Black CatEven though they spend most of their days fighting crime or protecting the innocent, that doesn’t necessarily mean certain superheroes don’t try to look good. In fact, some of them really enjoy altering their appearance, especially those femme fatales and wonderful women who love to wear 'Fleurings'. Well, all they have to do is fill it up with water and then insert a bold blossom of their own choosing. Preferably, before they put it on and then go out to hit the town with a vengeance, SLAP! Want to know more? Then please check out the following image gallery featuring heroes who fawn over 'Fleurings'.





Raven


The Ravishing Raven: When Marv Wolfman and George Perez first created Raven (in the early nineteen-eighties), Marv didn’t intend for her to stay around for very long because he didn’t always enjoy writing 'bland, magical characters who kept on mumbling mumbo-jumbo'. However, all of that started to change when he saw George’s depiction of her. A depiction that was full of life, personality, and comic book charisma.

Fleuring Fact: A Fleuring is an expertly designed piece of jewelry that can hold a few drops of water and any freshly cut flower of your choice. Hence, its name, Fleuring, because 'fleur' means 'flower' in French, and they can be worn as 'earrings'. Both ‘earrings’ and a 'necklace'.


Scarlet Witch


The Sultry Scarlet Witch: Several years after he co-created Spider-Man, Stan Lee decided to co-create another reluctant comic book character who was conflicted with their own status in life. This time, though, he co-created a reluctant villain (instead of a reluctant hero), who eventually evolved into the mistress of magic, Scarlet Witch.

Fleuring Fact: It has been scientifically proven that exposure to flowers can improve your mood and lift your spirits! So, more or less, it’s pretty safe to say that wearing flowers might make you feel a lot happier.


Black Widow


The Beautiful Black Widow: Did you know that Black Widow was partly based on a character featured on an episode of the 'Rocky and Bullwinkle' cartoon? Well, according to Stan Lee (one of her co-creators), he was inspired to come up with Marvel’s favorite Russian spy after watching an episode that starred another female Russian spy. Her name was Natasha Fatale, she was the companion of Boris Badenov, and basically, she wasn’t as proficient as Natasha Romanova.

Fleuring Fact: Fleurings, otherwise known as the 'original vase jewelry', were designed by the actress, model, and Yogini, Samantha Lockwood.


Spider-Gwen


The Sensational Spider-Gwen: Unlike the other characters featured on this list, Spider-Gwen was born out of an idea that was originally devised by DC Comics in the sixties. Namely, the idea of Multiple Earths, where up is down, left is right, and true is false. Or in this case, an alternate reality where Gwen Stacy didn’t die -- I repeat, didn't die -- and eventually became Spider-Man! Err? I mean... woman.

Fleuring Fact: Fleurings jewelry come in a number of different finishes, including stainless steelgold, and a matte black finish (the latter of which looks super cool with light-colored blooms).


Starfire


The Stellar Starfire: Similar to Marvel’s Black Widow, Starfire was partly based on a character featured in another medium. Or to be more specific about it, two characters: Red Sonja (the sword-and-sorcery heroine) and Marilyn Monroe (the Hollywood megastar).

Fleuring Fact: Even though a vast variety of flowers can fit in a Fleuring, orchids are generally the best suited!


Wonder Woman


The Wonderful Wonder Woman: Actually, while we’re talking about a two-for-one deal, did you know that when he created Wonder Woman, William Moulton Marston based her character on two people he knew very, very well? One of them was his wife, Elizabeth Holloway Marston, and the other was his mistress, Olive Byrne, who lived with both William and Elizabeth in a consensual polyamorous relationship.

Fleuring Fact: Fleurings vase 'earrings' and 'necklaces' ship worldwide and are available to purchase online.



In closing, I’d like to thank Samantha Lockwood (the creator of Fleurings) and Logan Cure (the artist) for helping me with this article, before encouraging you to check out their respective websites and social media pages.

FEISTY FEMALES WHO FLAUNT THEIR FLEURINGS FEISTY FEMALES WHO FLAUNT THEIR FLEURINGS Reviewed by David Andrews on March 23, 2021 Rating: 5

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