Flowers for women? Not exactly groundbreaking, we know, but then again there are few tattoo designs that can rival the beauty and elegance that floral tattoos bring to the table. As far as tattoos designs for women go, few designs are as popular as the flower.
For those of you who think floral tattoos are all too cliche, here is a collection of some of the best floral tattoos that will undoubtedly win you over. Enjoy!
This red poppy.
This gorgeous floral piece features softly shaded petals done in mesmerizing orange and red ink. Decorating the stem are a few tiny dots that add an extra level of intrigue to the overall design. (Photo: Norako)
This perfect pink rose.
Everyone woman loves a rose. Last year, an estimated 200 million roses were sold on Valentine’s Day alone. That’s one rose for every women in America. (Photo: Karl Marks)
This gorgeous side tat.
Ah the trend with no name. You’ve likely come across these bit-of-sky tattoos before. A style most commonly paired with hyperrealism flower and animal tattoos, adding a small permitter of sky (that looks like a crude Photoshop job) adds a welcome contrast to the work with the addition of a bit of blue sky. (Photo: Tyler Malek)
This botanical back piece.
Like something you might see creeping up the rungs of a garden trellis, this gorgeous display of flora looks right at home on this subject’s back. (Photo: Olga Nekrasova)
This black and grey ink shoulder piece.
This artistic watercolor work.
The artist’s unique and creative style makes this watercolor work a pleasure to view. The effect the watercolor style has had on the tattoo industry in the last decade alone makes it by far the most innovative trend in recent years. (Photo: Anton)
This creative floral forearm work.
These hyper-realistic florals on ankles.
This black and grey ink cherry blossom branch.
These vibrant poppies.
This ‘Tribiscus’ tat.
This blooming tulip.
These delightful cherry blossoms.
There are few floral tattoos more beautiful than that of a well drawn cherry blossom. The cherry blossom, AKA sakura in Japan, has become the cultural symbol of many asian countries. (Photo: Ben-Hur Leite)