Beautiful black and gray flower tattoos. The design is airy with thin black lines and mild shading. The branches gently brush each collarbone, adding to the delicate sensation. This LBD needs no bling.
Alyssum flowers tied with cherry-red ribbon are irresistible. The design's minimalism enhances the blooms' sweetness. Alyssums' eternal love is enough.
Flowering whenever. Watercolor enriches these blooms. Pastels are fleshy. Gladiolus flowers are beautiful.
"Painted" pastels. Turquoise and blue Forget-Me-Nots imply "Don't Forget Me" or True Love. Pink lotuses are pretty in wetlands. Morning blooms. Lotus—rebirth and enlightenment.
Lily blooms embellish the shoulder, while tiny leaves and stem delicately follow the arm. Elegant. Realistic art uses fine lines, contrast, and shadow.
This simple floral tattoo represents the spine-growing sunflower. Sunflowers need sunlight. Sunflowers symbolize purity, loyalty, and longevity.
Skeletal hands grasp the flowers. The black lines give the hands character. The designer knows what the design means, but I don't.
Watercolor-like Red Poppy. It dominates back. The Red Poppy draws attention despite the arrows. Never forget Remembrance's Red Poppy.
No tattoo is nice if it doesn't suit the body part. This tattoo fits its body area well. This woman's triceps suit the long, towering design wonderfully.